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911@10  Preliminary thoughts on collaboration across fields  to challenge formats for new media history
911@10  Preliminary thoughts on collaboration across fields  to challenge formats for new media history
911@10  Preliminary thoughts on collaboration across fields  to challenge formats for new media history
911@10  Preliminary thoughts on collaboration across fields  to challenge formats for new media history
911@10  Preliminary thoughts on collaboration across fields  to challenge formats for new media history
911@10  Preliminary thoughts on collaboration across fields  to challenge formats for new media history
911@10  Preliminary thoughts on collaboration across fields  to challenge formats for new media history
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911@10 Preliminary thoughts on collaboration across fields to challenge formats for new media history

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  • This is a moment in time where we can reflect - what is an archive? What are stories? And how do they relate to research? How do we relate those stories to audience?\n
  • This is a moment in time where we can reflect - what is an archive? What are stories? And how do they relate to research? How do we relate those stories to audience?\n
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  • This is a moment in time where we can reflect - what is an archive? What are stories? And how do they relate to research? How do we relate those stories to audience?\n
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    • 1. 911@10Preliminary thoughts on collaboration across fields to challenge formats for new media history Meghan Dougherty, SUNY IT Jamaica Jones, NOAA Steven M. Schneider, SUNY IT
    • 2. September 11 Web Archive
    • 3. Telling stories, serving data, confronting an archive
    • 4. Archive 1.0+ bureaucratic+ limited access Rob Wakefield, Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/robwakefield/130699883/
    • 5. Archive 2.0+ mechanization+ digitization Madison Digital Image Database http://mdid.org/mdidwiki/index.php?title=Main_Page
    • 6. Archive 3.0+ access and enrichment+ extensible architectures Flickr http://www.flickr.com/
    • 7. webscapes / exhibits
    • 8. 911@10Preliminary thoughts on collaboration across fields to challenge formats for new media history Meghan Dougherty, SUNY IT Jamaica Jones, NOAA Steven M. Schneider, SUNY IT

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