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AA-277689-21
Mapping Tahlequah History
Farina King, Northeastern Oklahoma State University

Grant details: https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=AA-277689-21

Mapping Tahlequah History: A Project Supporting Immersive and Experiential Learning OKCHE 2021 (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Mapping Tahlequah History: A Project Supporting Immersive and Experiential Learning OKCHE 2021
Author: Farina King
Author: John McIntosh
Author: Hannah Cowan
Author: Sarah Wood
Abstract: This is a presentation for educators of history and Social Studies in Oklahoma with the core Mapping Tahlequah History project team members, Drs. Farina King and John McIntosh and student research assistants Sarah Wood and Hannah Cowan, to emphasize the possibilities of using the interactive website and project for curriculum and K-12 education. Mapping Tahlequah History is a digital humanities project designed to facilitate interaction between students, the local community and scholars to support immersive learning. The centerpiece is an online interactive map with content contributed by students and other participants. This session introduces the project and solicits feedback on planned extensions.
Date: 10/2/21
Primary URL: https://www.okche.org/conference
Primary URL Description: This is the conference website for the Oklahoma Council for History Education that our group participated in for the fall 2021 virtual conference.
Conference Name: Oklahoma Council For History Education Fall Conference 2021

Mapping Tahlequah History NACIS 2021 Presentation (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Mapping Tahlequah History NACIS 2021 Presentation
Author: Farina King
Author: John McIntosh
Abstract: Mapping Tahlequah History (MTH) is a project based at Northeastern State University (NSU) that supports student immersive learning and development of a public educational digital humanities interactive map and accompanying database focused on local history. The map and database help make local historical information more accessible by providing students and other users with links to documents and other resources such as videos and pictures. Content on the interactive map is contributed by community members, faculty and students. In this presentation, we discuss our approach to this participatory GIS effort including contributions, attribution, quality control and other challenges we have encountered. This is a presentation for the North American Cartographic Information Society (NACIS) conference held in Oklahoma City during October 2021.
Date: 10/15/21
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BegR8zIFmsk&list=PLcBEhOBZvhcZ4b-_hIJ78SRhx7-i-1P-y&index=77
Primary URL Description: This is a public video recording of NACIS conference 2021 presentation.
Secondary URL: https://nacis2021.sched.com/event/lXOx/history-of-cartography-i
Secondary URL Description: This is the link to the conference schedule.
Conference Name: North American Cartographic Information Society (NACIS) Annual Meeting 2021

Mapping Tahlequah History (Web Resource)
Title: Mapping Tahlequah History
Author: John McIntosh
Author: Farina King
Abstract: The website allows participants from the university and community to upload images, narratives, and other information about the historical and cultural significance of local sites with the review and approval of Drs. King and McIntosh. The accessible map-based interface provides links to documents and other resources, serving to educate the public and offer students immersive learning in the humanities. Grant money is used to host this site and major updates have occurred during the grant period.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://mappingtahlequahhistory.org

Mapping Tahlequah History 2022 Workshop (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Mapping Tahlequah History 2022 Workshop
Abstract: the Mapping Tahlequah History Workshop was held on Monday, April 4, 2022 in the Webb Tower and room 614 of the W. Roger Webb Educational Technology Center (Webb) at Northeastern State University (NSU) on the Tahlequah campus between 9 am and 4 pm Central Time. Mapping Tahlequah History (MTH) traces historic sites of Tahlequah and contiguous regions in Green Country to underscore the significance of their intricate histories, relying on reading place and research with the Special Collections and Archives at Northeastern State University (NSU). This project, facilitated by Dr. Farina King and Dr. John McIntosh, enables students to apply their learning in historical interpretation and design to a digital mapping history project. MTH serves the public by contributing to accessible analysis of local histories, while featuring NSU students' original research on historic sites in the area. This workshop brings different partners, collaborators, and community together to consider past, current, and future developments of the MTH project. This workshop is open and free to the community and public. The keynote talk was held from 10:30 AM to 11:45 AM featuring Dr. Brenden W. Rensink’s “Reconnecting the Public with Their Pasts through Digital History.” The keynote talk was available virtually as well as in-person. Most sessions of the workshop were held in person in the Webb Tower between 9 am and 4 pm, but people were welcome to come and go as they needed. There were two sessions that were available virtually as well as in-person (meeting in room 614 of the Webb building), which include: A conversation with Dr. Brenden W. Rensink about "Reconnecting the Public With Their Pasts Through Digital History" from 10:30 am to 11:45 am A panel about Cherokee Landscapes and Language with Dr. Justin McBride and Ia Bull from 1:40 pm to 2:30 pm
Author: Farina King
Author: John McIntosh
Date: 4/4/2022
Location: Northeastern State University, Tahlequah, Oklahoma
Primary URL: http://mappingtahlequahhistory.org/#
Primary URL Description: This is the link to the workshop program and schedule.

Mapping Tahlequah History and Cherokee Language Workshop November 2021 (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Mapping Tahlequah History and Cherokee Language Workshop November 2021
Abstract: For this Mapping Tahlequah History Workshop (11/21/21), Drs. Farina King and John McIntosh presented to a public forum virtually with Ia Bull and Justin McBride about Cherokee language and mapping local history. We engaged in conversations about the possibilities of using the project to support Cherokee language revitalization and learning.
Author: Farina King
Author: Ia Bull
Author: Justin McBride
Author: John McIntosh
Date: 11/21/2021
Location: Tahlequah, Oklahoma

Mapping Tahlequah History for NSU Community and Collaboration Day August 2021 (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Mapping Tahlequah History for NSU Community and Collaboration Day August 2021
Abstract: This is a presentation open to public but especially catered to faculty and staff of Northeastern State University during the NSU Community & Collaboration Day (8/18/21), providing examples and dialogue about how to apply Mapping Tahlequah History in college classrooms and community engagement.
Author: Farina King
Author: John McIntosh
Date: 8/18/2021
Location: Tahlequah, Oklahoma

Mapping Tahlequah History April 2021 Workshop (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Mapping Tahlequah History April 2021 Workshop
Abstract: In this public forum and workshop, Mapping Tahlequah History project team members introduce themselves and project and ways to become involved. The workshop was held virtually and addressed ideas and conversations about community engagement and feedback regarding the project,
Author: Farina King
Author: John McIntosh
Author: Tiffanie Hardbarger
Author: Justin McBride
Date: 4/22/2021
Location: Tahlequah, Oklahoma


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