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[ecrea] Communities in the Digital Age, International Symposium, June 12, Canterbury, UK
Sat Apr 27 22:42:46 GMT 2013
Please find below the provisional programme for the Communities in the
Digital Age, International Symposium, which will take place on 12th June
(9:30-17:30), Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury.
Registration fee for the symposium is £40 and can be booked here:
Communities in the Digital Age
International Symposium, Provisional Programme
Organised by the Department of Media, Art and Design, Canterbury Christ
Location: North Holmes Road Campus, Canterbury Christ Church University,
12th June 2013, 9:30-17:30
Keynote: Helen Thornham, University of Leeds, UK, 'Engagement, Expertise
and the Everyday or the Problems of a Tooling-Up Approach'
Transformation of Local Communities
Kate Williams, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA,
'Digital transformation in local community: top down versus bottom up'
Pamela Varley, Plymouth University, UK, 'Sustainable Digital Neighbourhoods'
Tim McGinley and K.Nakata, University of Reading, UK, 'Towards a
community architecture framework'
Olivier Glassey, Université de Lausanne, Switzerland, 'Community
Katalin Fehér, Budapest Business School, Hungary, 'Appearance and
Reality: Digitalised Me in Networks'
Local Media in Digital Communities
Dave Harte and Jerome Turner, Birmingham City University, UK, 'Local
Digital Media – the role of ‘Hyperlocal’ in supporting community
participation in public life'
Renee Barnes, University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia, 'The
‘imagined community’ of hyperlocal journalism: A case study of Baristanet'
Ann Light, Katie Hill and Fiona Hackney, Northumbria University and
Falmouth University, UK, 'Making Media to Express Community Values'
David McGillivray, University of the West of Scotland, UK, 'Citizen
Media: Translating Theory to Practice'
Skills and Capitals in the Digital Community
Lareen Newman, Flinders University, Australia, 'The overlooked impact of
basic reading and education levels on Internet use'
Patrícia Dias, Sara Henriques, Inês Teixeira-Botelho, Manuel José
Damásio, CICANT, ULHT, Portugal, 'Mobile Devices as drivers of Social
Capital: How can apps’ change communication dynamics within a community'
Angharad Dalton and Professor Hamish Fyfe, University of Glamorgan, UK,
'Communities 2.0 – A Reality Check'
Digital Communities, Heritage and Cultural Practices
Karen Shepherdson, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK, 'Sweating
the [Digital] Asset: SEAS Photography & Community Generation'
Jordi Sánchez Navarro and Antoni Roig, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya,
Spain, 'Engagement, Hierarchy and Cohesion in Creative Communities of
Robert Knifton, Kingston University, UK, 'Artists Reunited: Online
Community as Archive in ArchiveKSA'
Tim Long, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK, 'The artist, the
internet, and social media: a case study'
Dinu Munteanu, Nottingham Trent University, UK, 'Nostalgia as
Affective Community: The Digital Recuperation of “Pastness” In Selected
Digital tools in Community Life
Kiyoko Toriumi, University of Tokyo, Japan, 'Design of community media:
From the survey on the internet usage and civic engagement to the
practical research of local collaboration'
Rob Procter,Anita Greenhill, Marta Cantijoch, Ben Lee, William Housley,
Pete Burnap, Matt Williams, Adam Edwards, Alex Voss, University of
Warwick,UK, 'Understanding the uses of social media in the mundane
accomplishment of social resilience'
Nick Gant and Kelly Duggan , University of Brighton, UK, 'Community21 –
enabling communities as the ‘co-designers, planners and visionaries’ of
their neighbourhoods under localism'
Matt Chilcott, University of Glamorgan, UK, 'Monmouthpedia: sense of
place and digital community curation'
Shelley Barlette, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK, 'Social Noise
Exposure: Raising Awareness in the Community'
Frauke Zeller, University College London, UK, 'Digital Scientific
Communities: Technology Appropriation and Governance Structures'
Sandra Martorell and Fernando Canet, Polytechnnic University of
Valencia, Spain, 'Researcher Communities on the Internet. Cohesion for
Hibai López, Universitat Pompeu Fabra de Barcelona, Spain, 'Sports
Chatter in the Digital Age'
If you have any queries, please contact me.
Dr Àgnes Gulyàs
Department of Media, Art and Design
Canterbury Christ Church University
North Holmes Road
Email: (agnes.gulyas /at/ canterbury.ac.uk)
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