This link list includes the traditional website links, but also includes social media icons hyperlinking to various outposts on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Flickr, and YouTube. As I said, this is a work in progress, so if your cultural institution is not listed, please let me know. I'm constantly on the lookout for archives and museums in my home state of Tennessee that are using social media, and would like to include as many as possible.
Social media can provide archives, museums, and heritage organizations with an effective way to collaborate with colleagues and share collections with the public. I hope in some small way that this list helps to foster this communications process.
- The social media landscape in Tennessee - The Posterity Project