This month’s A&A Twitter chat is with Bergis Jules, Community Lead for Documenting the Now. We’ll be talking about appraising social media content and the potential ethical considerations for collecting social media. You are invited to take part in the conversation, either by answering one our chat questions, sharing other thoughts, or posing your own question to the group.
Please note, this chat session has been moved to an earlier time than usual, starting at 2:00 pm Pacific/ 3:00 Mountain/ 4:00 Central/ 5:00 pm Eastern.
Over the hour, we’ll be asking:
- Based on the SAA glossary definition, how do you see traditional appraisal practices being used on social media content? #appraisethis
- How can our tools help us determine quality of social media content? What tool functionality would be useful to an archivist? #appraisethis
- How might the deed of gift (traditional practice) play a role in gaining consent to collect and keep social media content? #appraisethis
- How do we decide who owns digital content shared via social media? Is that important or should we just “take it all”? #appraisethis
- Is the social media record of an event enough to adequately document that event? Why or Why not? #appraisethis
(We are looking forward to this topic, and, depending on time, we have more questions at the ready!)
New to Twitter? New to our Third Thursdays? Check out an introduction to our chats here. This forum is an informal space so please tweet along with the conversations and let us know if you have any questions or suggestions. We usually introduce ourselves at the start and even a “hello” is most welcome!
Join us on Thursday April 20th at 2 pm PT/ 5pm ET. Follow the hashtag #appraisethis and @AppraisalSAA