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Friday, April 17, 2009

Inside the Obama white House

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Inside Obama's West Wing

"They say that proximity to power is power. And it comes to follow that the most coveted offices in Washington are those in the West Wing of the White House. Some, like press secretary Robert Gibbs's office, are spacious. Others are cubbyholes. But they are all in the same building as the president's Oval Office. Explore the interactive graphic below for an insider's guide to who's sitting where in President Obama's West Wing." (Printable West Wing Map)

By Laura Stanton, Nathaniel V. Kelso, Philip Rucker, Al Kamen and Karen Yourish - The Washington Post

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John Lee is an associate professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction in the College of Education at North Carolina State University. His scholarship is focused on pedagogies of digital history. This work includes the design and implementation of online resources that extend the boundaries of history through online networks and the digitization of historical source material. In addition to this focus on digital history, John is also interested in the historical literacies needed to negotiate online historical resources and visual representations of historical information. For more please see http://www4.ncsu.edu/~jklee/

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