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Publisher: Bristol, UNITED KINGDOM Policy Press 2020.
Series: Connected communities (Bristol, England)
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : Connected Communities
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Community archives are often viewed as repositories of knowledge and experience that are nevertheless somehow remote from the taxpayers who often fund them. However, the idea of an archive has more recently been popularized by digital resources that allow access to established archives and also permit users to create archives of their own. This book examines the changing relationship between citizens and their  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
ISBN: 9781447341932 1447341937
OCLC Number: 1149267362
Description: 1 online resource (298298) : ill.
Contents: Community archives and the creation of living knowledge ~ Simon Popple, Daniel H. Mutibwa and Andrew PrescottDisorderly conduct: the community in the archive ~ Simon PopplePART I: Storytelling, co-curation and community archivesBBC Pebble Mill: issues around collaborative community online archives - a case study of the Pebble Mill Project ~ Vanessa JacksonNew island stories: heritage, archives, the digital environment and community regeneration ~ Paul R.J. DuffyMemories on film: public archive images and participatory film-making with people with dementia ~ Andrea Capstick and Katherine LudwinDoing-It-Together: citizen archivists and the online environment ~ Jez Collins'I've never told anybody that before': the virtual archive and collaborative spaces of knowledge production ~ Tom JacksonPART II: Citizens, archives and the institutionRising beyond museological practice and use: a model for community and museum partnerships working towards modern curatorship in this day and age ~ Daniel H. MutibwaEnhancing museum visits through the creation of data visualisation to support the recording and sharing of experience ~ Ian Gwilt, Patrick McEntaggart, Melanie Levick-Parkin and Jonathan WoodThe digital citizen: working upstream of digital and broadcast archive developments ~ Kim Hammond, George Revill and Joe SmithInstitutional collaboration in the creation of digital linguistic resources: the case of the British Telecom correspondence corpus ~ Ralph Morton and Hilary NesiPART III: Disruptive and counter voices: the community turnMainstream institutional collecting of anti-institutional archives: opportunities and challenges ~ Anna SextonSilver hair, silver tongues, silver screen: recollection, reflection and representation through digital storytelling with older people ~ Tricia Jenkins and Pip Hardy'Wibbly-wobbly timey-wimey' LGBT histories: community 195 archives as boundary objects ~ Niamh MooreLocating the Black archive ~ Hannah Ishmael, Ego Ahaiwe Sowinski, Kelly Foster, Etienne Joseph and Nathan E. RichardsThe public and the relational: the collaborative practices of the Inclusive Archive of Learning Disability History ~ Helen Graham, Victoria Green, Kassie Headon, Nigel Ingham, Sue Ledger, Andy Minnion, Row Richards and Liz TilleyArchive utopias: linking collaborative histories to local democracy ~ Lianne Brigham, Richard Brigham, Helen Graham and Victoria HoyleCommunity archives and the health of the internet ~ Andrew Prescott
Series Title: Connected communities (Bristol, England)

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Using a wide range of case studies, this edited collection shows how community engagement and co-creation is challenging and extending the notion of the archive.  Read more...

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"A testament to the vibrancy, depth, and diversity of collaborative research practices involving archives and archiving in the UK. It examines the challenges of collaboration, but even handedly Read more...

 
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