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[July 27, 2012] Audience & Participation Workshop

The Audience and Participation workstream hosted its second workshop at the Enoch Pratt free Library in Baltimore, MD on July 27, 2012.

The goal for the workshop was to determine what activities and tasks should be included in a long-term set of core DPLA uses and functions that will drive development beyond April 2013. Workshop participants examined use cases developed by Audience and Participation Co-Chair Nate Hill and Mike Barker that helped stimulate conversation and inspire thinking about these activities and tasks. Participants organized these tasks and activities into categories and contributed to a report that will inform the work of the Technical Aspects Workstream.

The use cases are available at Please contribute comments, additions, and ideas to these use cases in the comments section.


Audience and Participation workshop (PDF)

Livestream Recording

Part I
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Part II

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