The Heritage Clubs

In collaboration with My Life Is My Museum, the Radio Days learning-for-all project is working on the creation of extracurricular after-school Heritage Clubs.  [t.b.c.]

Documents in the Table of Contents below that are unlinked are still in draft.

Table of Contents

  1. Overview of Learning Activities
    A broad overview of the curriculum.
    Duration: 1 hour.
  2. Using Open Source Software
    An introduction to LibreOffice, GIMP, Zotero, and to heritage-specific applications.
    Indicative content: word-processing, spreadsheets, and presentations using LibreOffice; manipulating and restoring old photographs with GIMP; building a standards-compliant bibliography with Zotero.
    Indicative activity: creating a bibliography with LibreOffice Base and with Zotero
  3. Collecting as a By-product of (Re)search
    Indicative activity: creating a spreadsheet of First World War songs using LibreOffice Calc
  4. Making an E-Book
    Using Sigil and Calibre to create EPUB, Kindle, and other format e-books.
    Indicative activity: creating an e-book about a star of the Music Hall
  5. Social Media for e-Heritage
  6. Video and Audio Oral Histories
  7. Building a Family Tree with GRAMPS
  8. Creating an Online Collection
    An introduction to digital asset management systems / collections management systems.
    Indicative activity: creating a simple online exhibition with Omeka
  9. Open Badges
  10. Reading lists for e-Heritage
  11. [t.b.c.]

[more to follow shortly]