Radford University student Kasey Campbell, under the direction of NRHS President Carolyn Mathews, has rapidly become involved in several projects at the museum. One of her projects is to improve the WRRM web presence and accessibility online for the general public. The current site features the WRRM but it is buried amongst other information. Toward this end, Ainsley McDougal is designing two new websites to provide the NRHS and the WRRM their own online identities. Intern Campbell is contributing by writing new content and re-writing current content.
While there will be some overlapping information across the two new websites, the new WRRM website will feature more history of the buildings and detailed information about what is available at the museum, including current displays. Similarly, the new NRHS website will provide a resource for current and potential members, and serve as a method to promote the efforts and purpose of the NRHS.
After both sites are completed an announcement will be sent to state and regional organizations including tourism boards.