Crowdsourcing to Community Sourcing: Open Authority in Digital Engagement Projects

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A presentation at the American Alliance of Museums Annual Meeting, May 2014 in Seattle, Washington. This talk discussed The Children's Museum of Indianapolis' Digital Engagement Project, 100 Toys that Define Our Childhood, as an example of Open Authority and Community Sourcing in museums. Other panelists included Dan Davis from the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian, Jeffrey Inscho of the Carnegie Museum of Art, and Petra Pankow of the Monclair Art Museum.

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Crowdsourcing to Community Sourcing: Open Authority in Digital Engagement Projects

  1. 1. American Alliance of Museums Annual Meeting, 2014 A  100  Toys  Case  Study   Crowdsourcing  to   Community  Sourcing   Lori Byrd Phillips | @LoriLeeByrd The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis | @TCMIndy
  2. 2. Defining Open Authority Museum + contributions expertise Community
  3. 3. Open Authority   Contributory Collaborative Co-Creative Tagging Voting Identifying Transcribing Community Sourcing Participatory Interpretation Crowdsourcing Memory Sharing Community Blogging Idea Generation / Dialogue Sharing Media Reggio Emilia A Spectrum of Open Authority
  4. 4. Memories last a lot longer than toys.
  5. 5. Check out your Top 20 Toys…
  6. 6. “…Can I high five you?” Results Ø 94,000 pageviews Ø 24,417 votes Ø 641 stories Ø 18 states Ø 4 countries
  7. 7. What worked? Ø  THE TOPIC Ø  VOTING Ø  SHARING Ø  COLLECTIONS Ø  COMMUNITY
  8. 8. A Digital Engagement Project is… Ø PARTICIPATORY Ø Crowdsourced Ø  Community-sourced Ø DIGITAL Ø An online game Ø Online voting or sharing Ø Online contest Ø SOCIAL Ø Social media campaign Ø  Social media contest Ø ON-SITE Ø A display of objects Ø A public event Ø Voting or sharing on-site Ø A pop-up exhibit

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