There are a number of ways you can contribute to Harkive on 19th July 2016, each of which are detailed below. You can use each of these methods in isolation, or several in combination.
If you would like to see some examples of how contributions work via the various methods, please take a moment to look back through the blog, where we’ve been posting examples from lots of interesting people.
You are advised that by submitting Harkive stories via any of the methods below, you are indicating that you have read and understood our Research Ethics documentation and are providing your Informed Consent to participate in this study. If you have questions before proceeding, please contact email@example.com
You can email your story to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can attached photos, video or audio files related to your submission to the email message, or you can include links to where these elements can be accessed. You can write as much, or as little, as you like.
Complete the form on the Harkive site
You can contribute to Harkive by completing the form on the Harkive site. If you would like to include links to photos, videos or audio files you can add the links to the body of the text.
You’ll be able to contribute to Harkive on 19th July 2016 by tweeting with the hashtag #harkive.
You can tweet as many times as you like on the day of Harkive, therefore creating a ‘diary’ of your listening across the whole day. If you wish you can also include images, links to videos and other digital information in your tweets. Harkive will automatically harvest any tweets with the #harkive hashtag.
There is a Harkive page over on Facebook. You will need to ‘Like’ the page in order to contribute to Harkive, which you can do by posting your story on the page on 19th July 2016.
Please note: posts on your own timeline will NOT be harvested, even if you include the #harkive hashtag.
You can contribute to Harkive using your Instagram account. When you upload a photo, simply add the hashtag #harkive with any other text you’d like to include. You can add as many images as you like over the course of the day and Harkive will harvest the images/text automatically.
Add a new post, or series of posts, to your Tumblr blog on Tuesday 19th July and remember to tag each post with #harkive. You can add text, photos, videos, or links to your posts
Your Own Blog / WordPress / Medium
You can also contribute your story to Harkive using your own blog. Simply post your long-form listening observations to your site and include the word harkive in the text somewhere. Please be aware, however, that this process of story collection is not automated, so if you do tell your story in this way you we politely request that you also either email or submit the full text to us. If this is difficult, you can always send us the URL to the story and we can manually harvest the text.