Creating a Community Archive: Storing, Citing, and Sharing Visual Data at #NCA15

pinterest-comm360At the 2015 National Communication Association annual conference, Dr. John A. McArthur presented his paper titled “Creating a community-generated archive: Digital tools for storing, citing, and sharing visual artifacts.” The paper and teaching resource describes the benefits of social bookmarking and social networking for developing an archive of ideas in the classroom.

NCA 2015 was held November 19-21 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The paper was presented as part of a panel of scholars from around the country speaking on “Utilizing the Digital Landscape in and out of the Classroom: How Current Communication Technologies Foster Community and Scholarship.”

A copy of the paper and sample Pinterest boards are available to read or download here:

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