Community and Information Science Converging: Co-Development of Digital Storytelling in the Inuvialuit Digital Library

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https://doi.org/10.29173/cais1129

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The Inuvialuit Voices Project is a collaboration between the Inuvialuit Cultural Centre, the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation, and communities within the Inuvialuit Settlement Region to enhance the Inuvialuit Digital Library (https://inuvialuitdigitallibrary.ca/) with real-time digital storytelling functionality. In this presentation, the authors will describe the community-based methodology being used to co-develop the system, report on a recent elder storytelling gathering that was held to better understand storytelling in-context to inform the design and functionality of the system, and discuss next steps in the development process.

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Robyn E Stobbs, University of Alberta

PhD Candidate

Sharon Farnel, University of Alberta

Metadata Coordinator, Univeristy of Alberta Library

Ali Shiri, University of Alberta

Professor, and Graduate Coordinator

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2020-11-08

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Stobbs, R. E., Farnel, S., Amos, B., & Shiri, A. (2020). Community and Information Science Converging: Co-Development of Digital Storytelling in the Inuvialuit Digital Library. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of CAIS / Actes Du congrès Annuel De l’ACSI. https://doi.org/10.29173/cais1129

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