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Walls Lounge

Toward a Collaborative Archival Storymaking Model: Lessons Learned, Paths Forward 
Susan Falciani Maldonado, Dr. Kate Ranieri, Anthony Dalton, Emily Robinson, Haley Hnatuk, Muhlenberg College

From one question - would the college archivist be interested in helping to preserve the archives of the oldest community band in the United States - flowed an integrative learning course that combined archival science, documentary fieldwork, and digital storytelling in collaboration with the 190-year-old Allentown Band. This session shares how our [work-in-progress] Collaborative Archival Storymaking Model evolved and has been applied in creating archival finding aids, oral histories of band members and digital stories about the history of the Band.

The Collaborative Archival Storymaking Model grounds students in primary sources--historical materials and oral histories--empowering them to craft stories in a digital format that feels most expressive to both the student and the community

Sunday October 13, 2019 8:30am - 10:00am
Walls Lounge

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