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Tuesday, April 8 • 9:00am - 10:15am
Strengthening Communities Through Interactive, Participatory Web Projects

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Media makers are using interactivity and participation on the web to help build a stronger sense of community around issues on the ground. How is history being preserved (or at times rewritten!) through community-based interactive web projects? Our panelists have created such projects and will lead a discussion about how online engagement can translate into on-the-ground action, and how interactive historical web projects can help build bridges from the past to the future.
Moderator: Joe Brown, Marquette University
Panelists: Brigid Maher, American University
Nick Ray, American University
Kari Barber, University of Nevada, Reno
Keith Corso, Westminister College
Mary C. Schaffer, California State University @ Northridge;

Tuesday April 8, 2014 9:00am - 10:15am
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