The winners: 2008 Best Archives on the Web Awards

Yes, the votes have been tallied, and it’s time to announce the winners of the first annual Best Archives on the Web Awards. This week each category will get its own post, spotlighting the winners and what them made stand out.

Best Use of Web 2.0 Technologies

Best Online Archival Exhibition

Best Total Web Experience

Thanks to everyone who sent in nominations and gave us such a competitive group to consider. Special thanks to the rest of the judges: Terry Baxter, Christine Di Bella, Jim Gerencser, and Amy C. Schindler.


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7 Responses to The winners: 2008 Best Archives on the Web Awards

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  2. jordon says:

    Thanks for arranging this, Kate. There are some great ideas on these pages. I love the Hugh Morton blog.

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  7. This is a great idea! I wish I had thought of it a couple of years ago. For an independent project for my MLIS, I evaluated a small set of state archives’ websites. I’m wondering what criteria did you use to evaluate the nominations for best archives websites?

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