The learning objectives for this session were:
1. Participants will gain knowledge of collaborative approaches for documenting historic places in dynamically evolving urban communities.
2. Participants will evaluate models for integrating multi-media and multi-lingual content documenting community history for public audiences.
3. Participants will propose and develop thematic and interpretive frameworks for approaches to studying post-WWII history in their own communities.
4. Participants will leave with a set of strategies for engaging immigrant and refugee communities, and local heritage organizations, in documentation of neighborhood places and stories to supplement a traditional survey and inventory project.