This toolkit was a collaborative effort, and made possible in part by a 2018 award from the Catalyst Fund at LYRASIS. We are grateful to everyone who brought their expertise to this project.
Special thanks to:
- Kara M. McClurken, Director, Preservation Services, UVA Library
- Jeremy Boggs, Head of Research and Development, Scholars’ Lab, UVA Library
- Elizabeth A. Mitchell, Community Advocate, Scholars’ Lab, UVA Library
- Spalding Lewis, Research Intern, UVA Library
- Lauren Work, Digital Preservation Librarian, UVA Library
Additional Resources from:
- Omeka, developed by the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media
- Documenting the Now
- UNLV Libraries’ Twitter Data Tutorial Series
- GWU Libraries’ Social Feed Manager (SFM), Building Social Media Archives: Collection Development Guidelines
- An Invitation Towards Social Justice in the Digital Humanities
- Michelle Caswell, “Toward a Survivor-Centered Approach to Human Rights Archives: Lessons from Community-Based Archives.” Archival Science 14: 3-4 (2014): 307-322.
- Anti-oppression principles compiled by the Center for Story-Based Strategy