Migrant histories, national memory and regional collections Dr

Migrant histories, national memory and regional collections Dr

Migrant histories, national memory and regional collections Dr Jessie Lymn School of Information Studies Research Seminar Series 20 March 2019 School of Information Studies | Migrant histories, national memory and regional collections

Todays session A work-in-progress discussion Bringing two of my research areas together Work towards a research paper on regional collaborations School of Information Studies | Migrant histories, national memory and regional collections 2 Setting the scene #1 Australian Research Council (ARC)

funded Linkage grant ($340k) announced in 2018 Key partners: RMIT & Deakin Universities NLA, SLSA, SLV, SLNSW School of Information Studies | Migrant histories, national memory and regional collections Setting the scene #2 CSU Teaching and Learning Grant 2018: Using a virtual visit to a real-world

destination and workplace to enhance learning and teaching Development of teaching resource including virtual tour using 3D technology School of Information Studies | Migrant histories, national memory and regional collections Why Bonegilla? School of Information Studies | Migrant histories, national memory and regional collections

5 Why Bonegilla? From 1947 to 1971 over 300,000 migrants to Australia passed through the Bonegilla Migrant Reception and Training Centre A defining time in Australias immigration history The site is nationally significant, having been added to the National

Heritage Register in 2007, and was the largest and longest-lasting reception centre in post-war Australia, MAMA & LibraryMuseum Image-Photograph-Bonegilla-Employment Office-ARM 96.1465 School of Information Studies | Migrant histories, national memory and regional collections 6

MAMA & LibraryMuseum Photograph R. B. Mark Office Bonegilla - ARM 04.005.01 National Archives of Australia NAA: A2478, Wlochowitz R Bonegilla was the only migrant centre that created its own records (Hutchison, 2004 p 70), and these records are held at the National Archives of Australia (NAA: A2567, A2571, A2572). School of Information Studies | Migrant histories, national memory and regional collections

https://www.economyprofile.com.au/albury Bonegilla is located in Wodonga Council, with the Albury LibraryMuseum holding a collection of material, and the CSU campus based in Albury. School of Information Studies | Migrant histories, national memory and regional collections Why collaboration? School of Information Studies | Migrant histories, national memory and regional collections

9 Why collaboration? The question of convergence in the Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums (GLAM) sector Collaboration imperative (Bishoff, 2004) School of Information Studies | Migrant histories, national memory and regional collections

10 GLAM collaborations The collaborative practices of regional collecting institutions https://www.alburycity.nsw.gov.au/leisure-and-culture/libraries-and-museum/librarymuseum https://www.bonegilla.org.au/about-us/downloads/bruce-pennay-publications/

School of Information Studies | Migrant histories, national memory and regional collections 11 Enhancing teaching and learning School of Information Studies | Migrant histories, national memory and regional collections 12 3D walkthrough of Bonegilla Migrant Experience site

School of Information Studies | Migrant histories, national memory and regional collections National History curriculum aligned learning and teaching materials Regional collaborations and memory School of Information Studies | Migrant histories, national memory and regional collections 14

Project outcomes Teaching and learning outputs: Quality innovative digital educational product developed for secondary school students and teachers throughout Australia, with quality educational design for teaching History for CSU teacher education students and CSU Information Studies students to include in their

studies. School of Information Studies | Migrant histories, national memory and regional collections Regional collaborations: Strong collaborative processes developed between CSU, AlburyCity Council, Wodonga Council, Albury LibraryMuseum and Bonegilla Migrant Experience Heritage Centre. Significant enhancement of

collaborative partnerships between stakeholders 15 National memories: regional concerns Impact of regional collaboration on creating access to significant moments in national history Importance of maintaining and nurturing collaborations across the

GLAM sector (including education) as part of a regional strategy School of Information Studies | Migrant histories, national memory and regional collections See Pennay (forthcoming) for further discussion of issues of access to national/federal records in regional settings 16

Thanks! Further information: [email protected] 02 6933 4038 School of Information Studies | Migrant histories, national memory and regional collections

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