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Wed August 21, 2013
'New' New Georgia Encyclopedia Debuts Online
It's been almost ten years since the Georgia Humanities Council launched the New Georgia Encyclopedia as the first state encyclopedia designed exclusively for publication on the Web. As a resource on Georgia history and culture, it garners as many as 2 million page views a month.
Last week, the New Georgia Encyclopedia unveiled a newly redesigned site. Kelly Caudle, NGE's Project Director and Managing Editor, recently spoke with WABE's Steve Goss.
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