My #HuntLibraryCollecting student imagesJason Casden and Cory LownNCSU Libraries
We have a new, second main library
How do students use the space?
How do students use the space?
What do they choose to document?
What do they choose to document?
What do they choose to document?
What do they choose to document?sitwithme.org
Student-driven archival selection
Harvesting social media
Implementation
My #HuntLibrary
Pretend this is a tablet
Public Display
Larger Public Display6800 x 220021 x 7
Image Battle
Liking / Sharing
Popularity ScoreCombination of...Like Votes : countStaff Pick : true/falseBattle Wins : percent
Preservation
Donor agreement"You will retain full ownership of any and allcopyrights, but we ask that you grant theUniversity a nonexcl...
Undergraduate user interviews"How would you feel if one of yourInstagram photos were selected by thelibrary to be kept as ...
Undergraduate user interviews"I would be so excited. For me, I think itwould be better than winning an iPad."
Credits (in addition to us)Mike NuttBret DavidsonJason RonalloBrian DietzJennifer Garrett
go.ncsu.edu/MyHunt
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Presented by Jason Casden and Cory Lown.
Code4Lib 2013 Lightning Talk.
February 14, 2013.

My #HuntLibrary is a participatory digital service designed to encourage visitors to document their Hunt Library experience using the social media platform Instagram. The development of this project coincided with the lead-up to the launch of NCSU's new James B. Hunt Jr. Library. My #HuntLibrary serves as an anchor activity for the Hunt Library opening events by helping to foster a sense of community ownership of the new building. Images from this crowdsourced documentation effort will be selected to become part of our permanent digital collections, allowing the NCSU community to contribute to the historical record of the Hunt Library through image submissions as well as the use of voting tools.

http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/dli/projects/MHL

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My #HuntLibrary: Collecting student images

  1. 1. My #HuntLibraryCollecting student imagesJason Casden and Cory LownNCSU Libraries
  2. 2. We have a new, second main library
  3. 3. How do students use the space?
  4. 4. How do students use the space?
  5. 5. What do they choose to document?
  6. 6. What do they choose to document?
  7. 7. What do they choose to document?
  8. 8. What do they choose to document?sitwithme.org
  9. 9. Student-driven archival selection
  10. 10. Harvesting social media
  11. 11. Implementation
  12. 12. My #HuntLibrary
  13. 13. Pretend this is a tablet
  14. 14. Public Display
  15. 15. Larger Public Display6800 x 220021 x 7
  16. 16. Image Battle
  17. 17. Liking / Sharing
  18. 18. Popularity ScoreCombination of...Like Votes : countStaff Pick : true/falseBattle Wins : percent
  19. 19. Preservation
  20. 20. Donor agreement"You will retain full ownership of any and allcopyrights, but we ask that you grant theUniversity a nonexclusive right to authorize alluses of these materials for non-commercialresearch, scholarly, or educational purposes orto publicize the Libraries, compatible with aCreative Commons Attribution, Non-commercial license."
  21. 21. Undergraduate user interviews"How would you feel if one of yourInstagram photos were selected by thelibrary to be kept as a permanentrecord of what students did in 2013?"
  22. 22. Undergraduate user interviews"I would be so excited. For me, I think itwould be better than winning an iPad."
  23. 23. Credits (in addition to us)Mike NuttBret DavidsonJason RonalloBrian DietzJennifer Garrett
  24. 24. go.ncsu.edu/MyHunt

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