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This accession consists of records documenting Twitter accounts maintained throughout the Smithsonian Institution (SI). Twitter is a third-party site used for public
micro-blogging by SI staff. In addition to general SI-wide accounts, many of which are managed by the Office of Public Affairs, the accession documents the accounts of the
Smithsonian American Art Museum, including the Lunder Conservation Center and Ask Joan of Art; the Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery; the National Museum
of American History, including the Lemelson Center and the Smithsonian's History Explorer; Smithsonian Affiliations; Smithsonian Enterprises, including Smithsonian Magazine;
the Anacostia Community Museum; The Archives of American Art; the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum; the National Museum of Natural History, including the Encyclopedia
of Life, the Smithsonian Marine Station at Fort Pierce, the Hall of Human Origins, and the Ocean Portal; the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden; the National Air and Space
Museum; the National Museum of African American History and Culture; the National Museum of the American Indian, including the George Gustav Heye Center; the National Portrait
Gallery; the National Postal Museum; the Office of Exhibits Central; the Office of Human Resources; the Office of the Secretary; the Asian Pacific American Program; the Smithsonian
Astrophysical Observatory, including the Chandra X-ray Center; the Smithsonian Center for Education and Museum Studies; Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage, including
Smithsonian/Folkways Recordings; the Smithsonian Institution Libraries, including the Biodiversity Heritage Library Consortium; the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition
Service, including Museums on Main Street; the National Zoological Park, including the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center; the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute; and
the Smithsonian Associates, including the Young Benefactors of the Smithsonian Institution and the Resident Associate Program. Materials include spreadsheets capturing the
date, time, and text of each tweet posted by the account holder as well as screenshots. Each of the accounts was captured sometime between July and October of 2010, but may
document activity back to the beginning of the account.
This accession consists of the Flipboard account of the Encyclopedia of Life as it existed on July 20, 2017. Encyclopedia of Life is a global partnership between the
scientific community and the general public to make freely available to anyone knowledge about all the world's organisms. Flipboard is a news and social network aggregation
application. This accession only includes content in the Flipboard account and not linked content. Materials are in electronic format.
This accession consists of the website of the Encyclopedia of Life (EOL) as it existed on December 7, 2015. EOL is a global partnership between the scientific community
and the general public to make freely available to anyone knowledge about all the world's organisms. This website includes information about the partnership, provides resources,
and allows for discussion among the EOL community. Due to technical issues with the crawl, some features may not function as expected and content may not be complete. Materials
are in electronic format.
This accession consists of the "Birds of DC" website as it existed on April 10, 2015. The website, designed primarily for use on mobile devices, is an extension of
the "Birds of the District of Columbia" exhibition at the National Museum of Natural History (NMNH). The website was a collaboration of the NMNH Office of Education and Outreach,
the NMNH Division of Birds, and the Encyclopedia of Life and was developed to enhance the visitor experience by providing general information, vocalizations, and range map
for each species in the exhibition. The website is organized by exhibition case number and includes links to the relevant species pages in the Encyclopedia of Life. Materials
are in electronic format.
This accession consists of the website of the Encyclopedia of Life (EOL), Learning + Education Group as it existed on July 10, 2012. EOL is a global partnership between
the scientific community and the general public to make freely available to anyone knowledge about all the world's organisms. This website is EOL's gateway for educators,
students, and enthusiasts worldwide. It includes tips for using the EOL website, model projects, instructions for activities, and other educational resources. Materials are
in electronic format.