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Go Local: Expanding Capacity for Public History in York County: Workshops

A partnership between YCCC & seven collaborating institutions funded by a Digital Humanities Advancement Planning Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities

Grant-funded workshops

Our initial planning grant supports two professional development workshops aimed at YCCC faculty and staff and museum and library professionals interested in exploring concepts and technologies relevant to public history.

Fall 2017 Workshop

Our Fall 2018 Workshop focused on digital storytelling and exploring tools useful for doing so. Scholar-consultants Dr. Candace Kanes and Dr. Jessica Parr presented on digital storytelling, digitization, and an overview of varoius digital storytelling tools.  Attached resources include the agenda and workshop materials.

 

Spring 2018 Workshop

Our Spring 2018 workshop included two breakout "hands on" sessions, Digitization A-Z, and StoryMaps, along with an overview of cool projects happening in York County today, and a session on copyright and ownership.