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Reblogged from stierchSarah Stierch: Why Wikipedia Needs Archivists
I thought the curators had all the answers and knew the secrets. Then I hung out with the archivists at the Archives of American Art.
Violet Oakley, Jessie Wilcox Smith, Elizabeth Shippen Green, and Henrietta Cozens, ca. 1901, Violet Oakley papers, Archives of American Art
Little did I…
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3 years ago 11 notes Ansel Adams comes to Wikimedia
Sarah Stierch, a passionate researcher of Native American art and history, shares her enthusiasm for the National Archives’ donation of Ansel Adams photograhs to Wikimedia Commons. Occurring just last night, the donation is the first of many projects to be completed by the Archives’ Wikipedian-in-Residence, Dominic McDevitt-Parks.
3 years ago 7 notes The National Archives: GLAMorous
@USNatArchives: Archivist of the United States, David Ferriero blogs about his enthusiasm for Wikipedia and the upcoming Wikipedian-in-Residency at the National Archives, including video of Liam Wyatt’s talk at the Archives this past week.
3 years ago 10 notes Today's Document via National Archives
Excited to discover @USNatArchives on Tumblr, thanks to their Wikipedian-in-Residence, Dominic.
Great to see the Archives utilizing Tumblr in such a great, participatory way. Check out how you can suggest a document to be their “Today’s Document.” What’s even better? Their brand-spankin’-new Wikipedian-in-Residence has some tricks up his sleeve, so stay tuned! Can’t get over all of the Wiki-love that’s going on in DC right now. ::high five::
3 years ago "Digital Culture Heresy" via @ammeveleigh
A great #GLAMWIKI synthesis of all of the big thoughts & questions, especially in regards to issues of access:
"Unlike the disagreements over paying for content, therefore, which tend ultimately to reduce into organisation vs users, re-focusing upon the process of access invites consideration of the points of commonality between audience and organisation.” (Emphasis added).