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History in the making – Creating a digital archive of the Canterbury earthquakes :: Moira Fraser and Ross Becker, Ross Becker Photography
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History in the making – Creating a digital archive of the Canterbury earthquakes :: Moira Fraser and Ross Becker, Ross Becker Photography

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  • 1. History in the making:  creating a digital archive of the Canterbury earthquakesContributing to the photographic record By Moira Fraser and Ross Becker
  • 2. Sue Sutherland, Acting National Librarian
  • 3. Capturing history goes viral
  • 4. CHCH EQ photos facebook page
  • 5. Facebook ‐ sustained high numbers
  • 6. People with stories to tell
  • 7. Story
  • 8. Context
  • 9. How can we use crowd sourcing  and community engagement  to improve the way we work  with digital collections?
  • 10. What kinds of arrangements  will support exploring new  ways of working with this  content?
  • 11. Thank you for listening
  • 12. Contact detailsMoira Frasermoirafrasernz@gmail.com027 457 2392Ross Beckerrossbeckernz@gmail.com027 449 0080www.facebook.com/CHCH .EQ.Photoshttps://Picasaweb.com/rossbeckernz
  • 13. 27th April15th June

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