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If you dont already have and account, Register to join Co-Curate. Registering requires you to provide your name and Email address. Email addresses will not be passed on to any third parties: Please see the terms of use and privacy policy.  Any questions - contact the Webmaster: Simon.Cotterill@ncl.ac.uk and see the Help / Instructions.

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You can login via your Co-Curate account or with a Newcastle University account. Click on Login (top menu).

What can I contribute?

Add Comments: sharing your memories and making comments recorded against topics and photos adds meaning and enriches the collections.

Contribute by adding events to historical timelines

Add resources (openly licenced photos from Flickr and Geograph, videos from YouTube, or Website links). Understanding licences.

If you want to contribute more - you could write about topics in more depth, add new topics, and find and add resources (linking to Openly licenced photos and other resources).

You may have a particular interest - perhaps the history of your area/town/village, or a topic (mining, Victorian architecture, bridges, trams, your School, health, fashion, the Roman period etc. etc.). The scope of Co-Curate North East is wide, so long as there is some relevance to the North East of England. Your audience is the general public. Of course language and topics that may be considered offensive must be avoided!

Co-Curate North East
How do I Join in

There's lots you can do:

Add a memory or comment on a topic, photo or other resource

Add events to historical timelines

      Add resources (openly licenced photos from Flickr and Geograph, videos from YouTube, or Website links). Understanding licences.

Write about the topic (Editors only)

Create a new page (Editors only)

See the Help section for full instructions.

  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Help
- Select help topics from the left-hand menu - or click on the next icon to browse through topics:   New: create collaborative and Interactive Timelines    Help documents: Co-Curate Overview ...

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ABOUT US

Co-Curate is a project which brings together online collections, museums, universities, schools and community groups to make and re-make stories and images from North East England. Co-Curate is a trans-disciplinary project that will open up 'official' museum and 'un-officia'l co-created community-based collections and archives through innovative collaborative approaches using social media and open archives/data.

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