Desire Lines: Open Educational Collections, Memory and the Social Machine

  • Description

    Originally published in Hudson, M.(2015) Online Educational Research Journal, 6:5, 1-16. Abstract: This paper delineates the initial ideas around the development of the Co-Curate North East project. The idea of computerised machines which have a social use and impact was central to the development of the project. The project was designed with and for schools and communities as a digital platform which would collect and aggregate ‘memory’ resources and collections around local area studies and social identity. It was a co-curation process supported by museums and curators which was about the ‘meshwork’ between ‘official’ and ‘unofficial’ archives and collections and the ways in which materials generated from within the schools and community groups could themselves be re-narrated and exhibited online as part of self-organised learning experiences. This paper looks at initial ideas of social machines and the ways in machines can be used in identity and memory studies. It examines ideas of navigation and visualisation of data and concludes with some initial findings from the early stages of the project about the potential for machines and educational work.
  • Owner

    Martyn Hudson
  • Source

    Local (Co-Curate)
  • License

    What does this mean? Public Domain
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    Link: https://co-curate.ncl.ac.uk/uploads/Machines.docx
    Resource type: Text/Website
    Added by: Simon Cotterill
    Last modified: 6 years ago
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