Dianne Harris, president of the Society of Architectural Historians, has written a very thoughtful overview of the changing role and direction of the learned society in Learned Society 2.0, in HASTAC. She uses her experience with SAH over the last five years, recounting how it has grown from an organization with little electronic interaction or initiatives, to one with an online journal, the JSAH, which has become the first of its kind with its interactive features, and SAHARA, an image-sharing resource for its members that has broken new ground. Both JSAH and SAHARA have served as models which have been adopted by other organizations.
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