MIT Press Journals Add Podcasts to the Reader Experience

by Brett Schulte on February 21, 2009 · 0 comments

Johna Picco of MIT Press Journals passed along the interesting news that MIT Press Journals now has a new web site which will feature podcast discussions about some of the articles from MIT Press Journals.  The first podcast has a Civil War connection and covers David Naumac’s article “From Mashantucket to Appomattox: The Native American Veterans of Connecticut’s Volunteer Regiments and the Union Army,” first published in the December 2008 issue of The New England Quarterly.   As I told Johna, this is an interesting use of technology to further discuss articles published in these journals.  Go check it out!

Note: I see Johna also contacted Harry Smeltzer at Bull Runnings as well.

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