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LEGOs, Revolutionaries and YouTube – The Challenges of Using YouTube as a Tool of Historical Study

In an age of digital media where images come fast and cheap through wireless connections as abundant as 747s flying through the ether, YouTube has emerged as a sourcing way point for video media. As humans, we are primarily visual … Continue reading

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About April-Chrystal Holmes

Hello, readers! I’m April-Chrystal, a born and raised New Jerseyan, with a sense for adventure and a love for history and communication. I’ve traveled all over the world and emerged myself in several cultures, including a Study Abroad semester in … Continue reading

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