Category Archives: Museum Projects

Reflections on Creating an Interpretive, Educational Website

This post was originally published on the LHIP blog site. The entire process of creating an interpretive, educational website about Hispanic heritage on and along Route 66 in New Mexico has definitely been an interesting one. I have worked on … Continue reading

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A Needle in a Haystack

Originally published on the LHIP blog site. As part of the interpretive StoryMaps website about Hispanic heritage on Route 66 that I am creating, I have had to locate and include as many images as possible, which are interspersed throughout … Continue reading

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