The program that sponsors this course requires that we stay attuned to our processes. So we will archive our work on our websites with photos that we will then return to and talk about.
It is the archivist's job to do two main things:
1) take photos of your group's discussions and work throughout this entire project.
2) send all of these photos to your colleagues in the group--- either create a dropbox or google drive so that people can retrieve them or email the photos to everyone. Make sure Professor Carmen (firstname.lastname@example.org) is included in all of these exchanges.
As you take your photographs, think of the photograph as a significant memory maker, marker, and catalyst in the way that Ed Sheeran, playing in the background, does.
DO NOT take posed, selfie-styled shots. Catch people as they are working, thinking, planning, discussing. We want to really see all that it took to create this website! We want to see the work and the day-to-day happenings. Take photos often and catch your group in candid shots. You will also need to make sure that you get a few photos where you are in them also!