The School of Information Studies at the University of Glasgow is hosting a SICSA-sponsored talk on two networking grants – the Developing Research Excellence and Methords (DREaM) and Research Impact Value and Library and Information Science (RIVAL) projects – in the Kelvin Hall Glasgow at 3:00pm on Wednesday 19th February. The presentation will be followed by a discussion on the support of networking and collaboration across professional groups. All welcome!
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Digital storytelling: an opportunity for libraries to lead in a digital age
The Centre for Social Informatics is currently hosting a visit of Dr Brian Detlor of McMaster University. Yesterday Brian gave a talk on his research and involvement with the Love your city, share your stories (LYCSYS) digital storytelling initiative in Hamilton, Canada. This initiative is led by the Hamilton Public Library, McMaster University Library, and the City of Hamilton.
Brian explained how LYCSYS involves the capture and dissemination of digital stories from Hamilton citizens. The stories relate to significant cultural and historical icons in a wide variety of digital formats, and the use of library resources (for example, photographs, geo-coded digital maps, archival material) to enrich and support the digital stories produced. The initiative is viewed as a critical community-based mechanism by which to promote the City of Hamilton’s cultural identity, and to contribute to the preservation of Hamilton’s history. Continue reading
Love your city, share your stories: Hamilton’s digital storytelling initiative presentation by Dr Brian Detlor, 16th July
On Thursday 16th July 2015 the Centre for Social Informatics at Edinburgh Napier University is hosting a seminar led by Dr Brian Detlor on digital storytelling and libraries.