Multimedia Mapping for Community Development in Muhuru Bay, Kenya

Thursday, November 05 | 3:20PM–4:10PM | Korbel Ballroom 1D
Session Type: E09 Hybrid
Duke students are creating a multimedia-enriched mapping environment to support community development and documentation. Using GPS-enabled media-capture devices to create content, other students are filling in the map during an eight-week engagement project in Kenya. The presentation will demonstrate the map, outline project development, and discuss its pedagogical impact.


  • Sherryl Broverman

    Associate Professor of the Practice, Duke University
  • Victoria Szabo

    Research Prof, Visual and Media Studies; Prog Dir, Info Sci & Info Studies, Duke University

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