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Sharing the community's story (BarCamp Cedar Valley 2014)

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  • Woman cleaning her houseWoman running Marion because her first name… doing marathon in each state
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    • 1. Barcamp Cedar Falls 2014 AuthenticStorytelling.net @ctrappe
    • 2. Anyone got a story?  Flood Remembrance Event  Marion Marathon  Central City Development of Trail AuthenticStorytelling.net @ctrappe
    • 3. Where can I find these stories? Often the answer is: Only in people’s heads. AuthenticStorytelling.net @ctrappe
    • 4. Are there options? Yes!  Libraries  Media companies  Blogs  Social media  Word documents AuthenticStorytelling.net @ctrappe
    • 5. Works to a degree… But platforms change. Remember …  MySpace  Geocities?  Others (including Eastern Iowa News) (Try going to EasternIowaNews.com today!) AuthenticStorytelling.net @ctrappe
    • 6. Online content disappears Web consultant Terry Kuny puts it this way: “There are new barbarians at the gate. … We are moving into an era where much of what we know today, much of what is coded and written electronically, will be lost forever. We are … living in the midst of Digital Dark Ages.”(Pole) From: Mary Sharp via http://rebeccasnotepad.wordpress.com/2012/05/01/theresa-hungry-digital-tiger-waiting-for-us-all/ AuthenticStorytelling.net @ctrappe
    • 7. People’s behavior  Most content goes unused after 72 hours.  Who has the time to share stories?  Some new skills are needed  Recording a Podcast  Writing a summary of an event  The willingness and interest to share publicly - besides what we had for lunch. (Power users on social media.) AuthenticStorytelling.net @ctrappe
    • 8. Problem summary…  Where does our history go where it’s accessible?  Technology (fractured)  Behavior (Power users share much. Others not so much.) AuthenticStorytelling.net @ctrappe
    • 9. Potential solution… Power users Feedback Stories Power users Stories Feedback Stories Feedback Public space Power users Stories Owned by the community Stories Power users People can share stories … no format Power users requirements. (Audio, video, text all Power users accepted) Stories Feedback Stories Power users Feedback Feedback AuthenticStorytelling.net @ctrappe
    • 10. Questions and other thoughts…  Isn’t that Wikipedia?  Wikipedia doesn’t accept all kinds of stories.  Different, more national level?  Need to define:  What’s in it for me (the end user?)  Connections, history for future generations? Is that enough?  Thoughts? Ideas? Help! AuthenticStorytelling.net @ctrappe

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