Interessantes zu einem mehrjährigen Forschungsprojekt (das mir bisher entgangen war):
New blog post from the Nordic Collecting Social Photography project (https://lnkd.in/e243kwT), which explains the reasons why the project develops a web app prototype for collecting social digital photography together with Micah Walter Studio – https://lnkd.in/e-gkgbY – Aalborg Stadsarkiv (Aalborg City Archives) are proud to be part of this Hashtag#digitalphotographyHashtag#digitalHashtag#socialmediaHashtag#socialmediaphotographyHashtag#museumsHashtag#archivesHashtag#museumcollections
Via facet publishing
The rise of digitisation and social media over the past decade has fostered the rise of participatory and DIY digital culture. Likewise, the archival community leveraged these new technologies, aiming to engage users and expand access to collections. This book examines the creation and development of participatory archives, its impact on archival theory, and present case studies of its real world application.
Participatory Archives: Theory and practice is divided into four sections with each focused on a particular aspect of participatory archives: social tagging and commenting; transcription; crowdfunding; and outreach & activist communities. Each section includes chapters summarizing the existing literature, a discussion of theoretical challenges and benefits, and a series of case studies. The case studies are written by a range of international practitioners and provide a wide range of examples in practice, whilst the remaining chapters are supplied by leading scholars from Australia, Canada, Denmark, the Netherlands, Norway, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
This book will be useful for students on archival studies programs, scholarly researchers in archival studies who could use the book to frame their own research projects, and practitioners who might be most interested in the case studies to see how participatory archives function in practice. The book may also be of interest to other library and information science students, and similar audiences within the broader cultural heritage institution fields of museums, libraries, and galleries.
The Committee on Public Awareness presents “A Finding Aid To My Soul,” an open-mic storytelling session celebrating the diversity and commonality of the archivist experience. Storytellers will have five minutes to share true stories about their unique, moving, serendipitous, mysterious, special, and often humorous encounters in the archives …
Mehr dazu unter https://archives2018.sched.com/event/ETES/a-finding-aid-to-my-soul
Via Thomas Schmid / @th_schmid
You’re invited to the Archives Hashtag Party! Come hang out on social media and share highlights from your collections around a different theme each month. We want to mingle with archives from all over and learn about the treasures you hold. Check out the archives, libraries, galleries, and museums participating so far.