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Welcome to the course page for ARST 575K / LIBR 539H. This page will include links to information about community archives created by members of the School of Information's Personal Archives class.
Community Archives Wiki Assignment
The purposes of this assignment are:
- To provide you (a student in Personal Archives!) with the opportunity to explore in detail the nature, goals and projects of a community archives of your choosing;
- To encourage you to connect the nature and work of that archives with ideas and themes from the articles we're reading in class; and
- To begin, collectively as a class, to build an open resource on community archives that can be added to by future classes and contribute to the visibility and understanding of community archives.
Create a wiki page
You can create your assignment page right from here. Just add the title of your project to the box below and click on the create page button (note that you will need to be logged in to the UBC Wiki in order for this to work). On the edit screen that loads, add your name to the edit screen and hit SAVE at the bottom of the page. You can delete this later when you are ready to start writing your article.
List of community archives pages
- Cumberland Museum & Archives
- Dance Collection Danse Archives
- Danish American Archive and Library
- Dr. John P. De Cecco Archives and Special Collections of the GLBT Historical Society
- Gabriel Dumont Institute Museum and Archives
- Interference Archive
- Leather Archives & Museum
- Manchester Digital Music Archive
- Maple Ridge Museum and Community Archives
- Mennonite Heritage Archives
- Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre
- Seattle Theatre Group Library and Archive
- Squamish History Archives
- Syrian Archive
- Tenement Museum
- The 1947 Partition Archive
- The ArQuives
- The Jewish Museum and Archives of BC
- Working Class Movement Library
- Working Class Movement Library/doc
- grunt gallery
- CTLT hosts regular support clinics for people using the UBC Wiki. Clinics are currently held every Thursday from 1pm to 3pm at the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology in the Irving K Barber Learning Centre. Please register for the clinics here.