New Indigenous Digital Archive opens at University of New Mexico Libraries

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New Indigenous Digital Archive opens at University  of New Mexico Libraries

"The Indigenous Digital Archive (IDA) makes archives easier to use than ever before. It allows researchers to work more naturally and more socially with archives. If researchers want to share their work online, they can connect information, enhance individual, family, and community histories. It also allows users to correct the record and write counter-narratives to what is found in government records. For those who prefer their work to remain private, there is still the ability to easily keep track of and/or cite individual pages, or to share documents and images on social media."

Source: University of New Mexico Library News, September 15 2017, http://news.unm.edu/news/new-indigenous-digital-archive-opens-at-university-libraries

For previous coverage see:

"Carlisle Indian activists, kin gather to share school's story," Philadelphia Inquirer, October 9, 2016

Anna Naruta-Moya, The Indigenous Digital Archive: Creating Effective Access to Mass Digitized Archival Documents related to Native Peoples, October 1, 2015

Anna Naruta-Moya, The Indigenous Digital Archive (presentation at Sharing Images of Global Culture, May 5, 2015)