Continuum informatics and the emergent archive
|dc.identifier.citation||Gibbons, L. 2015. Continuum informatics and the emergent archive, in Stillman, L. et al (ed), Privilege, Information, Knowledge & Power: An endless dilemma?: Proceeedings of the 12th Prato Community Informatics Research Network (CIRN) Conference, Nov 9-11 2015, pp. 82-94. Prato, Italy: CIRN.|
In this paper I present the Mediated Recordkeeping model developed as an outcome of my PhD research into YouTube as an emergent archive and space of diversity and multiplicity and of personal and community memories and stories. The Mediated Recordkeeping model was developed from a deep understanding of continuum informatics and as a result of an exploration into the numerous and simultaneous transactional and evidential processes involved in the creation, use and value of cultural expression on YouTube. The Mediated Recordkeeping model challenges and extends continuum informatics, and presents a framework for understanding memory-making and recordkeeping as a node in a pluralized network. The opportunity this model presents is for heritage and memory institutions to connect, collaborate and facilitate an active, participative shared memory making network that is diverse, yet inclusive of multiple narratives, including those that are dispersed, hidden and incommensurate.
|dc.title||Continuum informatics and the emergent archive|
|dcterms.source.conference||12th Prato Community Informatics Research Network (CIRN) Conference|
|curtin.department||School of Media, Creative Arts and Social Inquiry (MCASI)|
|curtin.accessStatus||Fulltext not available|
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