"The National Archives announces the launch today of its first public wiki called "Our Archives" on Wikispaces located at: http://www.ourarchives.wikispaces.net. "Our Archives" provides a collaborative space for members of the public, researchers, and staff to share knowledge about National Archives records, resources and research. The wiki is an opportunity for researchers, historians, archivists, and citizen archivists to work together to create pages on specific records or topics as well as to share information and resources to connect with other researchers."
-- National Archives Announces Launch of New "Our Archives" Wiki. Press Release, National Archives (July 8, 2010).
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