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Mapping Oral History with Atlascine and Sensibility Mapping
This webinar will present two innovative cartographic approaches designed to map collections of stories and interviews. The first one will be structured around Atlascine, a free, online and open-source software developed to map collections of stories. Through the full interaction between media and maps, Atlascine offers new ways of navigating within and between audiovisual stories. Here, the map is envisioned not only as a way to reveal places as described in stories, but also to expand the possibilities of accessing, listening, visualizing and connecting these stories. The second cartographic approach will be devoted to the exploration of the inner parts of these stories using "sensibility mapping.” Sensibility mapping is a creative way of investigating the intimate, emotional and personal dimensions of stories. Through this webinar, participants can expect to familiarise themselves with the potential, limits and complementarity of both approaches to expand the access to (corpuses of) interviews.

Featuring speakers from the Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling (COHDS) at Concordia University.

More details about the Atlascine project: http://geomedialab.org/atlascine.html

This webinar is part of the “Innovating with Collections Online” Speaker Series organized by Digital Action Research & Training, Toronto History Museums, and the Ontario Museum Association.

The Innovating with Collections Online project is funded by the Government of Canada through the Museums Assistance Program.

Jan 18, 2023 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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