On December 13, the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) launched a redesigned web site (www.archives.gov) as part of its Open Government Initiative.
The new Archives.gov web site features:
- A new home page voted by the public in July 2010. The public and National Archives staff participated in the redesign process. A multi-faceted participatory approach, including online card sorts, voting on home page designs, and usability testing was used to gather input to create content organization on Archives.gov;
- A new interactive “Our Locations” map of NARA’s facilities nationwide;
- Historical documents and streamlined access to military service records (81 percent of Archives.gov visitors are looking for this information);
- Single topically organized sections focused on the needs of both casual browsers and professional researchers; and
- Easy links to National Archives’ social media sites, including Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, YouTube, and both the Archivist’s
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