A movie made by Talia Lord in the DML for a homework assignment. This is her family’s history.
[...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Michael Stephens. Michael Stephens said: My Family’s History http://t.co/jeZIUCj Excellent example of user content created at the library. Well done! [...]
[...] waar gebruikers met behulp van digitale media (de bibliotheek geeft hun de middelen en hulp) iets vertellen over hun [...]
[...] It’s not out of the question to imagine these service models based on community enrichment and building connections. We need a course in library school devoted to teaching people to build spaces both physical and virtual for constituents to come together. We need to prioritize marketing and branding these spaces and services consistently. Doing so will help us in creating, maintaining, and evaluating the Information Commons. The Commons, a vital part of what our spaces can be, is strengthened by each person who makes use of it. The Digital Media Lab at Skokie Public Library, IL, is a perfect example of space devoted to content creation for users. Take a look at “My Family’s History” to see what’s possible (bit.ly/h0PyLw). [...]
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