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Letting go? : sharing historical authority in a user-generated world /

edited by Bill Adair, Benjamin Filene, and Laura Koloski.

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Names: Adair, Bill. | Filene, Benjamin. | Koloski, Laura.
Published: Philadelphia, PA : Pew Center for Arts & Heritage ; c2011.
Topics: Archives - Information resources management. | Knowledge management. | User-generated content. | Social media - Influence. | Public history. | Oral history. | Archives - Technological innovations. | Learning and scholarship. | Museums and the Internet. | Public records - Information resources management. | Public history - Social aspects. | Curatorship. | Museums - Public relations. | Learning and scholarship - Methodology - Case studies. | Engagement (Philosophy) | Web 2.0 - Influence. | Intellectual life - 21st century. | Archiv. | Autorität. | Geschichte. | Museum. | Wissensmanagement.
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300 |a335 p. :|bill. (some col.) ;|c23 cm.
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|gVirtually breaking down : authority and the web.|tParticipatory design and the future of museums /|rNina Simon ;|tWhere are the best stories? Where is my story? : participation and curation in a new media age /|rSteve Zeitlin ;|tOnline dialogue and cultural practice : a conversation /|rMatthew Fisher and Bill Adair ;|tGet real! : the role of objects in the digital age /|rMatthew MacArthur --|gThrowing open the doors : communities as curators.|tWhose questions, whose conversations? /|rKathleen McLean ;|tThe "dialogic museum" revisited : a collaborative reflection /|rJohn Kuo Wei Tchen and Liz Ševčenko ;|tMoving pictures : Minnesota's most rewarding film competition /|rRandal Dietrich, Tom Drube, Matt Ehling ;|tCommunity as curator : a case study at the Brooklyn Historical Society /|rDeborah Schwartz and Bill Adair --|gHearing voices : sharing authority through oral history.|tFrom A shared authority to the digital kitchen, and back /|rMichael Frisch ;|tMake yourself at home : welcoming voices in Open house: if these walls could talk /|rBenjamin Filene ;|tThe black bottom : making community-based performance in West Philadelphia /|rBilly Yalowitz ;|tListening intently : can StoryCorps teach museums how to win the hearts of new audiences? /|rBenjamin Filene --|gThe question of evaluation : understanding the visitors' response.|tPublic curation : from trend to research-based practice /|rTom Satwicz and Kris Morrissey --|gConstructing perspectives : artists and historical authority.|tPeering behind the curtain : artists and questioning historical authority /|rMelissa Rachleff ;|tMining the museum revisited : a conversation /|rFred Wilson, Paula Marincola, and Marjorie Schwarzer ;|t"The fever dream of the amateur historian" : Ben Katchor's The Rosenbach Company: a tragicomedy /|rMelissa Rachleff ;|tEmbracing the unexpected : artists in residence at the American Philosophical Society Museum /|rLaura Koloski ;|tSanford and sun /|rOtabenga Jones ;|tA London travelogue : visiting Dennis Severs' house /|rMary Teeling.
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