Kenneth W. Heger

Dr. Kenneth W. Heger

Kenneth W. Heger

Lecturer
Office: 
4110B, Hornbake Building, South Wing
Telephone: 
301-405-3600

PhD, History, University of Maryland

Office: 4110B, Hornbake Building, South Wing

 

Establishing an Archival/Records Management Partnership to Assist the National Park Service in Managing its Historically Valuable Records in the Washington Office

Principal Investigator: Kenneth W. Heger
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Curated archival collections are primary data sources that provide information for long-term research needs.

Internships to Increase Public Access to Archival Resources in National Capital Region Parks

Principal Investigator: Kenneth W. Heger
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The National Park Service and the iSchool have collaborated to create an internship program in which students learn about existing archival resources as well as assist in developing and implementing a strategy to locate, identify, and survey archival records throughout National Capital Region parks.

Create Thematic Web Exhibits Highlighting Civil Rights Movement NCR Museum Collections

Principal Investigator: Kenneth W. Heger
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Web exhibits highlighting objects associated with the Civil Rights Movement will expand visitor and public access from around the world to the National Capital Region (NCR) museum collections.