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David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
David Milne, Queensland Museum - Wikimedia Commons & MANexus Ning
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  • 1. M&GSQ Networking Event Wikimedia Commons Social History Photo Initiative & Museums Australia Education Network ‘NING’ site 4th December 2009 David Milne Manager Strategic Learning 2009 Queensland Museum Strategic Learning
  • 2. GLAM/Wikimedia Commons Initiative First steps taken to upload a selection of plate glass negative digitised photographs. Photos depict life in Ipswich Queensland at the beginning of the 20th century. QM has over 1000 photos in its collection taken by Bert Roberts. 2009 Queensland Museum Strategic Learning
  • 3. How do I find this social history photograph resource? 2009 Queensland Museum Strategic Learning
  • 4. Google ‘Bert Roberts Wikimedia Commons’ 2009 Queensland Museum Strategic Learning
  • 5. Wikimedia Commons Site Museums Australia BLOG 2009 Queensland Museum Strategic Learning
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  • 9. Quick ‘Wikimedia’ Facts Wikimedia is the largest, most consulted and most accessible information sources available on the internet. Wikipedia has thirteen-million articles accessible and is now the biggest world-wide encyclopaedia. Wikimedia is a not-for-profit, non-hierarchical organisation which is dependent on skilled volunteer writers and editors to disseminate world knowledge. There are only 28 full-time employees world-wide. There is a global writing community of over 100,000 contributors Wikimedia Commons is a repository of nearly 5 million useable media files with free to use Creative Commons licenses English is the main language medium for the encyclopaedia but there are articles in 200 other languages Articles can only be published if they meet ‘notability’ criteria, are ‘unbiased’ and cite ‘authoritative published articles’. No original research can be published. 2009 Queensland Museum Strategic Learning
  • 10. Additional Genealogical Research by Wikimedia Researchers 2009 Queensland Museum Strategic Learning
  • 11. The Photos are: High resolution images (3-4 MB) Suitable for repurposing Primarily to support student projects Promote historical inquiry skills 2009 Queensland Museum Strategic Learning
  • 12. Five Women on Queenslander Steps 2009 Queensland Museum Strategic Learning
  • 13. Historical Inquiry Questions Study the clothes the five women are wearing. Use the Wikimedia magnifying glass to highlight the dress designs and motifs. Why do you think this photograph was taken? Where do you think the women might be going? During what era do you think this photograph was taken? Who do you think these women might be? What rules about dress and fashion do you think these women followed? Why do you think the girl is wearing a short dress, while the women are wearing longer dresses? Make a list of the similarities and differences between the clothes worn today and those in the photograph Describe the hairstyles of the four older women. 2009 Queensland Museum Strategic Learning
  • 14. Wikimedia View 2009 Queensland Museum Strategic Learning
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  • 16. Historical Inquiry Questions Ipswich Photo Society What clues help to inform you of the time period when this photo was taken? Look closely. What season do you think this is? How many people are wearing hats? What reasons would hats be worn other than protection from the sun? Did men and women have different or similar hobbies during this period? List as many differences as you can between the cameras in this photo and modern day digital cameras. Can identify the model of early motor-car in the background. Can you spot Bert Roberts? 2009 Queensland Museum Strategic Learning
  • 17. Museum 3.0 Blog 2009 Queensland Museum Strategic Learning
  • 18. Feedback 2009 Queensland Museum Strategic Learning
  • 19. Comment by Liam Wyatt on November 17, 2009 at 2:09pm Thanks for this and I can say that from the Wikipedia perspective we're very happy to have these images to be available as this represents Australia's first cultural content donation to Wikimedia. I personally announced this collaboration to the Wikimedia Multimedia Usability meeting in Paris last week and requests such as better reporting metrics (on usage, click-throughs etc.) is definitely on the agenda. Once again, thanks! 2009 Queensland Museum Strategic Learning
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  • 21. Your GLAM Institution Can Add photographic content to Wikimedia Commons (objects, artefacts, artwork etc) Learn about Copyright and Creative Commons licensing Take small steps towards digitising your collections Improve public accessibility Extend curatorial knowledge about collection items Use social media to share your initiative and gather feedback 2009 Queensland Museum Strategic Learning
  • 22. Museums Australia ‘NING’ site 2009 Queensland Museum Strategic Learning
  • 23. What’s Ning all about? Ning is a social media tool that enables ‘communities of interest’ or ‘ special interest groups’ to interact, share ideas, highlight events and discuss emerging issues on-line. Think of a ‘Professional Facebook’ Museums Australia have adopted Ning as their new communication platform 2009 Queensland Museum Strategic Learning
  • 24. So what does the Museums Australia (MANEXUS) site look like? http://manexus.ning.com/ 2009 Queensland Museum Strategic Learning
  • 25. Write your own Invite your Blog friends to join Forum: topic of the day Help to get started 2009 Queensland Museum Strategic Learning
  • 26. Object of the week MA Members Topical Blog Posts Spruik your event 2009 Queensland Museum Strategic Learning
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  • 34. Museums Australia Groups MA Education National Network 2009 Queensland Museum Strategic Learning
  • 35. Coming soon News about the Australian National Curriculum News about Join Today! the 2010 MA Conference 2009 Queensland Museum Strategic Learning
  • 36. Museums Australia (Education National Network) Link http://manexus.ning.com/group/maeducationnationalnetwork 2009 Queensland Museum Strategic Learning
  • 37. Contact and Web Resource Link David Milne 38429425 QM Web Based Learning Resources http://www.qm.qld.gov.au/education/learningresources.asp 2009 Queensland Museum Strategic Learning

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