Crowdfunding – part 2

So our crowdfunding campaign has started and we can see the pledges trickling in. The idea is to generate funds to allow us to support community groups who want to digitise, preserve and share their WW1 heritage. Considerable effort has gone in to … Continue reading

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Lest We Forget

This summer, Oxford University are launching ‘Lest We Forget’, a new community-based initiative to preserve materials held by the public dating from the First World War. Building on from the success of our ‘Great War Archive’ in 2008, a mass-digitisation … Continue reading

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Illustrations in support of Public Engagement with Research Awards

The Oxford University team involved in Europeana 1914-1918 have entered the Vice Chancellor’s Public Engagement with Research Awards (projects), 2016. Click on each photograph to see illustrations of some of the impact of the outreach and engagement activities as part of the … Continue reading

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Museums and the Web 2015 workshop references

These are the references from my workshop “Crowdsourcing user-generated content: using the Oxford Community Collection Model to engage audiences and create collections” (at MW2015, the annual conference of Museums and the Web, April 8-11, 2015, Chicago). I will occasionally be … Continue reading

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Oxfordshire Family History Fair

Getting started with your family history research or looking to add further to your tree? Then why not come along to the Oxfordshire Family History Society’s Family History Fair on Saturday 4th October at The Marlborough School, Woodstock, OX20 1LP … Continue reading

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