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When:

Fri 16 Nov 2018, 8:30am–1:00pm

Where: Te Puna Mātauranga o Aotearoa , National Library of NZ, Corner Molesworth & Aitken St, Wellington

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Workshop Participant: $27.10 ($24.00 + $3.10 fees)
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Interested in learning about creating non-oppressive archives of internet content? This is a unique opportunity for Aotearoa archivists, librarians, museum workers, community activists, and anyone else who is interested in learning and contributing to an international discussion around ethical and collaborative community led archiving of social media and other web content.

We have a few spots available for local Aotearoa folks to participate in this workshop taking place as part of the International Internet Preservation Consortium Web Archiving Conference and invite your participation.

Time: Friday, 09:00-13:00, Venue: Tiakiwai, Te Puna Matauranga o Aotearoa, National Library of New Zealand

Workshop coordinators: Jessica Moran, Matariki Williams, Bergis Jules, Edward Summers, Alexandra Dolan-Mescal and Francis Kayiwa

This workshop will bring together community activists, archivists, librarians, scholars, developers, and designers to discuss how we can create richer, non-oppressive web archives—archives that will better serve their public's and the historical record.

The workshop will address these issues that live at the intersection of archival practice and the expressions of community and culture on the web and social media.
The workshop will:

- Introducing workshop participants to the Documenting the Now project, https://www.docnow.io/.
- Introduce Documenting the Now and other social media web archiving tools.
- Invited speakers from New Zealand will discuss their experience in online spaces, their current archival or collecting practices, and their aspirations for the future.
- Structured group conversation around what ethical and collaborative community led social media archiving might or could look like.

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