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The Ivory Tower Opens Up: Documenting College Controversy

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My slides from session 401. Description from the meeting program: Much of the future historical record is being created on blogs, wikis, and social networking and sharing websites. These technologies …

My slides from session 401. Description from the meeting program: Much of the future historical record is being created on blogs, wikis, and social networking and sharing websites. These technologies offer content; a means to identify movements, perspectives, and activities that merit documentation; and tools to network with and target potential donors and users. Panelists discuss their experiences using Web 2.0 to build collections and donor relationships; how collecting from these sites differs from traditional selection, appraisal, and acquisition; and methods of providing access to materials.

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  • 1. The Ivory Tower Opens Up: Documenting Controversy           Amy C. Schindler College of William and Mary http://twitter.com/amycsc Society of American Archivists  August 14, 2009
  • 2. Dip your...toes in it
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  • 5. What am  I doin?
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  • 10. Call me old fashioned...
  • 11. 911!
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  • 15. The pudding
  • 16. Having issues
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  • 20. The State
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  • 24. I'm outta heeerree. Thank you. Amy C. Schindler http://twitter.com/amycsc [email_address] http://swem.wm.edu/scrc/