Daniel, Christopher Alan
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The use of Web 2.0 applications is limited in the field of historic preservation, but there is desire for expanding their use, based on a survey study of State Historic Preservation Offices and state/local preservation organizations. This need is compounded with a plethora of challenges faced by both groups for their implementation. If applied properly, though, Web 2.0 technology has the potential to provide a myriad of possibilities for expanding both education and advocacy related areas of historic preservation. This study surveys present use of Web 2.0 tools in preservation, outlines potential uses of Web 2.0 for preservation, and makes recommendations.