AHA Today blog launches new websitetags: American Historical Association, AHA Today, blogs, websites
The official blog of the American Historical Association, AHA Today, launched a new version of its website on Monday, dubbed AHA Today "3.0."
Vanessa Varin, the assistant editor for Web and social media at the AHA, announced a bevy of new features on the blog:
Check out the new blog here.
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