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HD-51330-11
Fort Vancouver Mobile
Rudyne Grigar, Washington State University

Grant details: https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=HD-51330-11

@ftvanmobile (Web Resources)
Title: @ftvanmobile
Author: Dene Grigar
Author: Michael Rabby
Abstract: Twitter account that posts information about the project, as well as sharing other information about mobile storytelling and the National Park Service.
Year: 2011
Primary URL: https://twitter.com/#!/FtVanMobile
Primary URL Description: Twitter account for the Fort Vancouver Mobile Project

Fort Vancouver Mobile Facebook Page (Web Resources)
Title: Fort Vancouver Mobile Facebook Page
Author: Michael Rabby
Abstract: This is the Facebook page that posts updates and information about the Fort Vancouver Mobile project.
Year: 2012
Primary URL: https://www.facebook.com/FortVancouverMobile
Primary URL Description: This is the Facebook page that posts updates and information about the Fort Vancouver Mobile project.

Women & Domestic Life at the Village of Fort Vancouver (Web Resources)
Title: Women & Domestic Life at the Village of Fort Vancouver
Author: Michael Rabby
Author: Dene Grigar
Abstract: This is the blog for the Women & Domestic Life at the Village of Fort Vancouver section of the Fort Vancouver Mobile App.
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/
Primary URL Description: This is the blog for the Women & Domestic Life at the Village of Fort Vancouver section of the Fort Vancouver Mobile App.

Fort Vancouver Mobile Project Featured at IDMAa (Blog Post)
Title: Fort Vancouver Mobile Project Featured at IDMAa
Author: Michael Rabby
Abstract: Blog post describes presentation by Brett Oppergaard at the ninth annual International Digital Media and Arts Association Conference in Savannah, Georgia.
Date: 10-20-2011
Primary URL: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2011/10/20/fort-vancouver-mobile-project-featured-at-idmaa/
Blog Title: Women & Domestic Life at the Village of Fort Vancouver
Website: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2011/10/20/fort-vancouver-mobile-project-featured-at-idmaa/

Fort Vancouver Project featured in WSUV class (Blog Post)
Title: Fort Vancouver Project featured in WSUV class
Author: Michael Rabby
Abstract: Blog post describes forthcoming Digital Storytelling course at WSUV that will utilize the Women & Domestic Life at the Village of Fort Vancouver module of the mobile app as its basis.
Date: 11-3-11
Blog Title: Women & Domestic Life at the Village of Fort Vancouver
Website: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2011/11/03/fort-vancouver-project-featured-in-wsuv-class/

Fort Vancouver Mobile Project Gets Special Designation (Blog Post)
Title: Fort Vancouver Mobile Project Gets Special Designation
Author: Michael Rabby
Abstract: Blog post touts the Fort Vancouver Mobile App's designation as one of two “Call to Action” designations for Fort Vancouver.
Date: 11-9-11
Primary URL: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2011/11/09/fort-vancouver-mobile-project-gets-special-designation/
Blog Title: Women & Domestic Life at the Village of Fort Vancouver
Website: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2011/11/09/fort-vancouver-mobile-project-gets-special-designation/

Director of New and Social Media for the National Park Service to visit (Blog Post)
Title: Director of New and Social Media for the National Park Service to visit
Author: Michael Rabby
Abstract: Blog post discusses John Tobiason's upcoming visit to WSUV and Fort Vancouver to learn about the project as well as explore future collaborations.
Date: 12-6-11
Primary URL: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2011/12/06/director-of-new-and-social-media-for-the-national-park-service-to-visit/
Blog Title: Women & Domestic Life at the Village of Fort Vancouver
Website: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2011/12/06/director-of-new-and-social-media-for-the-national-park-service-to-visit/

DTC 354 Digital Storytelling (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: DTC 354 Digital Storytelling
Author: Greg Shine
Author: Dene Grigar
Abstract: DTC 354 Digital Storytelling is using the Women & Domestic Life at the Village of Fort Vancouver module as a case study for the semester. Class members are helping to create content for the module as they learn the art and strategies of digital storytelling.
Year: 2012
Primary URL: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/dtc-354/
Audience: Undergraduate

Fort Vancouver Mobile Team Discusses Present, Future (Blog Post)
Title: Fort Vancouver Mobile Team Discusses Present, Future
Author: Michael Rabby
Abstract: Blog post discusses meeting with John Tobiason, the Director of New and Social Media for the National Park Service, with other participating members in the Fort Vancouver Mobile project.
Date: 12-12-11
Primary URL: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2011/12/12/fort-vancouver-mobile-team-discusses-present-future/
Blog Title: Women & Domestic Life at the Village of Fort Vancouver
Website: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2011/12/12/fort-vancouver-mobile-team-discusses-present-future/

Digital Storytelling Course (Blog Post)
Title: Digital Storytelling Course
Author: Michael Rabby
Abstract: Blog post describes the early meetings of the Digital Storytelling class that is using the Women & Domestic Life at the Village of Fort Vancouver as a working project.
Date: 1-13-12
Primary URL: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2012/01/13/digital-storytelling-course/
Blog Title: Women & Domestic Life at the Village of Fort Vancouver
Website: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2012/01/13/digital-storytelling-course/

Mobile Interface Theory (Blog Post)
Title: Mobile Interface Theory
Author: Michael Rabby
Abstract: Blog post describes the text used by the Digital Storytelling class, one of the first of its kind.
Date: 2-2-12
Primary URL: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2012/02/02/mobile-interface-theory/
Blog Title: Women & Domestic Life at the Village of Fort Vancouver
Website: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2012/02/02/mobile-interface-theory/

Photos from February 2 Digital Storytelling class (Blog Post)
Title: Photos from February 2 Digital Storytelling class
Author: Michael Rabby
Abstract: Blog post features pictures from a recent Digital Storytelling class taken while they worked on the app at Fort Vancouver
Date: 2-4-12
Primary URL: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2012/02/04/photos-from-february-2-digital-storytelling-class/
Blog Title: Women & Domestic Life at the Village of Fort Vancouver
Website: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2012/02/04/photos-from-february-2-digital-storytelling-class/

Bringing the Art of Design to the National Park Service: The Fort Vancouver Mobile Project (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Bringing the Art of Design to the National Park Service: The Fort Vancouver Mobile Project
Abstract: In the 21st century, how best to relate the history of the National Park Service's Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, the most popular historical attraction in the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan area and a major archaeological site, with more than 1 million visitors per year and 2 million artifacts to show? With digital stories told via mobile devices. This talk, given by Dr. Dene Grigar, focuses on the "Fort Vancouver Mobile," an NEH-funded project that brings together a team of 18 experts and scholars from throughout the digital humanities field -- including historians, archaeologists and academics specializing in digital media production as well as literature, rhetoric and writing -- to tell the story of the fascinating and multicultural history of the place once dubbed the "New York of the Pacific." Specifically, she will discuss the way design and non-fiction historical writing come together when mobile devices are used for digital storytelling.
Author: Dene Grigar
Date: 10-17-2011
Location: West Virginia University, Colson Hall
Primary URL: http://cal.wvu.edu/EventList.aspx?view=EventDetails&eventidn=1055&information_id=2743&type=&rss=rss
Primary URL Description: This is a website with a notice of the event.

"AppCamp" at the University of Pittsburgh (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: "AppCamp" at the University of Pittsburgh
Abstract: Dr. Grigar presented on the "app camp" she co-taught this past summer that focused on the development of mobile apps. The Fort Vancouver Mobile App was one of the case studies she discussed as part.
Author: Dene Grigar
Date: 10-19-2011
Location: University of Pittsburgh, Cathedral of Learning
Primary URL: http://hastac.org/blogs/stephceraso/2011/10/25/appcamp-university-pittsburgh
Primary URL Description: One account of Dr. Grigar's presentation

Bringing the Art of Design to the National Park Service: The Fort Vancouver Mobile Project (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Bringing the Art of Design to the National Park Service: The Fort Vancouver Mobile Project
Author: Dene Grigar
Abstract: In the 21st century, how best to relate the history of the National Park Service's Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, the most popular historical attraction in the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan area and a major archaeological site, with more than 1 million visitors per year and 2 million artifacts to show? With digital stories told via mobile devices. This talk, focuses on the "Fort Vancouver Mobile," an NEH-funded project that brings together a team of 18 experts and scholars from throughout the digital humanities field -- including historians, archaeologists and academics specializing in digital media production as well as literature, rhetoric and writing -- to tell the story of the fascinating and multicultural history of the place once dubbed the "New York of the Pacific." Specifically, the presenter will discuss the way design and non-fiction historical writing come together when mobile devices are used for digital storytelling.
Date: 6-21-2012
Primary URL: http://el.eliterature.org/
Conference Name: Electronic Literature Organization

The Interrelationships of Digital Storytelling Mobile Media (Book Section)
Title: The Interrelationships of Digital Storytelling Mobile Media
Author: Brett Oppegaard
Author: Dene Grigar
Editor: Jason Farman
Abstract: In the 21st century, how best to relate the history of the National Park Service's Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, the most popular historical attraction in the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan area and a major archaeological site, with more than 1 million visitors per year and 2 million artifacts to show? With digital stories told via mobile devices. This chapter focuses on the "Fort Vancouver Mobile," an NEH-funded project that brings together a team of 18 experts and scholars from throughout the digital humanities field -- including historians, archaeologists and academics specializing in digital media production as well as literature, rhetoric and writing -- to tell the story of the fascinating and multicultural history of the place once dubbed the "New York of the Pacific." We then discuss the ways design and non-fiction historical writing come together when mobile devices are used for digital storytelling.
Year: 2012
Publisher: University of Minnesota Press
Book Title: Mobile Media Narratives

Teaching App Design and Development (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: Teaching App Design and Development
Author: Will Leurs
Author: Dene Grigar
Author: John Barber
Author: Brett Oppegaard
Abstract: A growing area of interest in the digital humanities is the mobile environment, especially projects that take advantage of the affordances of smart phones and tablets. This course, derived from the Mobile Tech Research Initiative of The Creative Media & Digital Culture Program at Washington State University Vancouver (http://van-dtc356.vancouver.wsu.edu/appcamp/), is aimed at assisting participants to: 1) conceptualize the space and special features of mobile devices; 2) develop the architecture, design, and multimedia content production for a mobile project; and 3) understand the coding and programming requirements for mobile devices. By the end of the course, participants will have the information they need for creating projects for the mobile environment and will have completed steps toward the development of their own projects
Year: 2012
Primary URL: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/dhsi/
Primary URL Description: This is the website for the course.
Secondary URL: http://dhsi.org/courses.php
Secondary URL Description: This is the website for the Digital Humanities Summer Institute at the University of Victoria
Audience: Graduate

Teaching Mobile Design (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Teaching Mobile Design
Author: Michael Rabby
Author: Dene Grigar
Author: John Barber
Author: Will Leurs
Author: Brett Oppegaard
Abstract: This panel covered the challenges of teaching a new subject (mobile design), with participants offering their perspectives as course designers, teachers, experts, and observers.
Date: 10-14-11
Primary URL: http://www.idmaa.org/idmaa2011/?page_id=204
Primary URL Description: Conference website of the International Digital Media and Arts Association
Conference Name: International Digital Media and Arts Association Conference

Teaching App Design and Development (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: Teaching App Design and Development
Author: Brett Oppegaard
Author: Will Leurs
Author: Dene Grigar
Author: John Barber
Abstract: A growing area of interest in the digital humanities is the mobile environment, especially projects that take advantage of the affordances of smart phones and tablets. This course, derived from the Mobile Tech Research Initiative of The Creative Media & Digital Culture Program at Washington State University Vancouver (http://van-dtc356.vancouver.wsu.edu/appcamp/), is aimed at assisting participants to: 1) conceptualize the space and special features of mobile devices; 2) develop the architecture, design, and multimedia content production for a mobile project; and 3) understand the coding and programming requirements for mobile devices. By the end of the course, participants will have the information they need for creating projects for the mobile environment and will have completed steps toward the development of their own projects
Date Range: 6/4-8/2012
Location: University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Primary URL: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/dhsi/
Primary URL Description: This is the website for the Digital Humanities Summer Institute at the University of Victoria
Secondary URL: http://dhsi.org/courses.php
Secondary URL Description: This is the website for the Digital Humanities Summer Institute at the University of Victoria

Fort Vancouver Mobile Team Hosts John Tobiason (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: Fort Vancouver Mobile Team Hosts John Tobiason
Author: Brett Oppegaard
Author: Dene Grigar
Abstract: The Fort Vancouver Mobile Team hosted John Tobiason, the Director of New and Social Media for the National Park Service, who visited from Maryland. Among the high points of the two hour meeting: Dene Grigar and Greg Shine presented information on their digital storytelling class the next semester that plans to contribute to the FVM project; Graphic designer Marsha Matta shared her work in the design of the app; Video expert Troy Wayrynen explained his work with the Paul Crane module; and Will Luers, WSUV faculty and video expert, described his apple tree project, among many other presenters. Participants then broke out into small groups to help envision where the project would go during the next year. In the time preceding and following the meeting, FVM leaders Dene Grigar and Brett Oppegaard exchanged ideas with John Tobiason, and established avenues for future endeavors with the National Park Service.
Date Range: 12/12/11
Location: Washington State University Vancouver

Fort Vancouver Mobile Team Hosts John Tobiason (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: Fort Vancouver Mobile Team Hosts John Tobiason
Author: Brett Oppegaard
Author: Dene Grigar
Abstract: The Fort Vancouver Mobile Team hosted John Tobiason, the Director of New and Social Media for the National Park Service, who visited from Maryland. Among the high points of the two hour meeting: Dene Grigar and Greg Shine presented information on their digital storytelling class the next semester that plans to contribute to the FVM project; Graphic designer Marsha Matta shared her work in the design of the app; Video expert Troy Wayrynen explained his work with the Paul Crane module; and Will Luers, WSUV faculty and video expert, described his apple tree project, among many other presenters. Participants then broke out into small groups to help envision where the project would go during the next year. In the time preceding and following the meeting, FVM leaders Dene Grigar and Brett Oppegaard exchanged ideas with John Tobiason, and established avenues for future endeavors with the National Park Service.
Date Range: 12/12/11
Location: Washington State University Vancouver


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