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Historypin, a free international platform for sharing culture and heritage, will work with tribal libraries in New Mexico and California to develop an online and in-person community memory program. The program will aim to build capacity, strengthen communities, and decrease social isolation through technology training and intergenerational programming around shared cultural heritage. The planning process will engage a diverse group of communities, moving toward a simple and scalable digital program with training and evaluation modules that can be conducted within the limits of under-resourced rural tribal libraries. Project partners include the New Mexico State Library's Tribal Library Program and the University of California, Riverside, who will contribute to state-level planning and coordination activities.
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