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Common Ground: A community-curated meetup. A case study.
|Title||Common Ground: A community-curated meetup. A case study.|
|Publication Type||Conference Paper|
|Year of Publication||2010|
|Authors||Bray, P., & Donahue R.|
|Secondary Title||Museums and the Web|
|Conference Start Date||April 13-17, 201|
|Publisher||Archives & Museum Informatics|
|Place Published||Denver, Colorado, USA|
|Editor||Trant, J., & Bearman D.|
|Keywords||collections, commons, community, curation, engagement, flickr, meetup, participation|
Why do institutions and on-line communities want to participate in face-to-face meetups such as Common Ground: a community curated meetup? Does this type of experience provide a deeper engagement with audiences and give institutions an opportunity to learn from these experiences? What are we finding in the process?