GOALS: The Everyday Georgia project brings together students from diverse disciplines to compile and share the personal stories of people from across the state who have a connection to Georgia Tech research. Through audio interviews, photographs, written narratives, and a podcast launching in 2019, the project shares Georgians’ challenges and accomplishments and their vital role in Creating the Next at Georgia Tech. The Georgia Tech Library is also digitally preserving the interviewees’ audio interviews and photos in its Special Collections and Archives, which maintains the historical records of the Institute.
METHODS & TECHNOLOGIES: Digital Archives, Community Building and Preservation, Multimedia production, Reporting, Interviews and Documentaries, Photography/Video, Adobe Creative Suite, Audio editing and Production, Georgia History, Marketing, Community outreach.
ISSUES INVOLVED or ADDRESSED: We will explore Georgia Tech research from the perspectives of Georgians through the lens of diversity in racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds, life experiences, ages, and other factors.
MEETING TIME: Tues, 12:00-12:50
ADVISORS: Alison Valk, Alyson Powell, Elizabeth Mynatt
PARTNERS & SPONSORS: Georgia Tech Library, Institute of Museum and Library Services
MAJORS, PREPARATION AND INTERESTS: Background/interest in writing, reporting, journalism, interviewing, audio editing, digital archiving, photography, culture, community, media, communication, multimedia production, podcasting, curation of news stories, interactive media, web development and content curation.
CONTACT: Alyson Powell Key, email@example.com