Examples of documentation that is shared more widely
Documentation is an act of communication; it makes public a conversation about what we value. When preparing documentation to stand on its own, documenters need to provide enough context and framing so that others can derive meaning from it. Depending on the purposes and setting for the documentation, the context could include logistical information, such as key names, dates, and age group represented, as well as the purpose of the learning experience.
You can also find more documentation projects created for sharing more widely in a special Documentation Exhibition, created for our 2006 Summer Institute.