Should the National Archives collaborate with organizations that have developed crowdsourcing tools for indexing and already have a large online volunteer community? If so, who should we try to collaborate with?
Would you like to see the National Archives develop more crowdsourcing tools for the Citizen Archivist Dashboard? What types of tools would you like to see?
View the Citizen Archivist Dashboard at:
Would you like to see Federal Register publications developed as mobile apps and ebooks for smart phones and tablets. If so, which ones?
The major Federal Register publications are:
the daily Federal Register,
Code of Federal Regulations,
Daily Compilation of Presidential Documents,
Public Papers of the Presidents, and
U.S. Government Manual
How should the pages of Archives.gov be improved? Please let us know specific suggestions for pages.
Learn more about the latest Archives.gov redesign:
Should the National Archives convene an international meeting of national archives leaders to promote the role of archives in an open government?
What social media tools should the National Archives be looking at for the future?
See how the National Archives is currently using social media:
When the public request digitized materials, add the materials to Archives.gov regardless of whether the request covers one item or 200 items. At the same time, encourage people who digitize items at the Archives to contribute items to NARA. Perhaps some items would be digitized according to different standards, but it would allow for more access sooner.