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Professor David McGillivray
Project Lead
University of the West of Scotland
Jennifer Jones, Project Coordinator
Alison McC...
Professor David Mc
Project Lead

Digital
Digital
Common
Common
Wealth
Wealth
Creative response to the Commonwealth
(Games) from across Scotland, involving
diverse range of individuals/communities
Com...
Themes
Place
- local, national, international, virtual
People
- diversity, migration, participation
Culture
- language, ar...
Project principles
‘common-weal’
Common (s) purpose
Ownership
Collaboration
Sharing
Accessibility
Archiving
ample space within the saturated established media
landscape for citizen-owned and led initiatives, based on the
philosoph...
Access to content, people and
stories, provoking data from
target communities
Visualising and coding
content/data - tellin...
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Digital Commonwealth project in 5 minutes for #opendataGLA

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Slides from Open Data Glasgow meet up (Open Knowledge Foundation - The Digital Commonwealth Project in 5 minutes. http://www.meetup.com/OpenKnowledgeFoundation/Glasgow-GB/1001302/

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Digital Commonwealth project in 5 minutes for #opendataGLA

  1. 1. Professor David McGillivray Project Lead University of the West of Scotland Jennifer Jones, Project Coordinator Alison McCandlish, Educational Coordinator Digital Digital Common Common Wealth Wealth Participatory ethos @digCW2014 #digCW2014
  2. 2. Professor David Mc Project Lead Digital Digital Common Common Wealth Wealth
  3. 3. Creative response to the Commonwealth (Games) from across Scotland, involving diverse range of individuals/communities Community media clusters -community media cafes and digital storytelling workshops (open badge enabled) Schools programme Digital Digital - in-school digital storytelling workshops with primary and secondary Common Common Wealth Wealth learners in Scotland’s 32 local authorities -(open badge enabled) Creative voices - documentary film, creative writing and community songwriting around UWS campuses
  4. 4. Themes Place - local, national, international, virtual People - diversity, migration, participation Culture - language, art, music, film, literature, sport Exchange - common-weal, values, learning Digital Digital Common Common Wealth Wealth
  5. 5. Project principles ‘common-weal’ Common (s) purpose Ownership Collaboration Sharing Accessibility Archiving
  6. 6. ample space within the saturated established media landscape for citizen-owned and led initiatives, based on the philosophy of a low threshold for involvement using everyday digital technologies, effective coordination and amplification of key messages participatory media practices can help establish new collectives which are sustained beyond mega event spectacle in more complex media environment, citizen media need not simply oppose the established media but instead co-exist, occupying at different times each other’s traditional spaces and using similar newsgathering and distribution techniques
  7. 7. Access to content, people and stories, provoking data from target communities Visualising and coding content/data - telling research stories with social media content Archiving in context, 2014 as rich resource for researchers - but also empheral

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