In the global environmental movement and related advocacy efforts, writing reports is a way to share analysis, provide advice, and build a track record of evidence to make a problem public. While important, they often take a signficant time to prepare, depending on their scope and length. I argue that such reports can be supplemented by community archives that allow for more rapid forms of "staccato reporting" and multimodal forms of expression. See for example a rendering of the industrial incident table as interactive timeline.
Morever, a digital community archive might become a venue to reflect and annotate reports – enabling a focus beyond the outcomes of campaigns and on the "dilemmas and trade-offs, curves and forks in the road" that characterize what Lichterman (2021, 259) calls different styles of advocacy or civic action.
Anonymous, "Tactic: Staccato Reporting", contributed by Tim Schütz, Tim Schütz Dissertation Project, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 1 December 2021, accessed 6 December 2022. https://worldpece.org/content/tactic-staccato-reporting