October 28, 2016 by Sharee Cordes

From Oldendayism to Participation 2.0 – the potential of local history

(You may be wondering what this has to do with pop-culture, but I assure you that family and local history is very ‘pop’ with the older set – and also Kate told me this would be the best week for this review – thanks Kate!) Recently I have been involved in a couple of the…

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August 28, 2016 by Sharee Cordes

‘Participatory’ – it’s hard enough to say, even harder to get your head around!

‘Participatory’ comes from the root ‘participate’. ¬†Sounds easy enough, it must be getting people to come in and be involved in my programs right? ¬†Well, sort of, but I think it is much more than that so I thought I would explore this concept a bit more. There is a lot of literature about participatory…

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