Tag: digital transformations

Our final report now published

From February to September 2012 we ran a programme of events and built a network, funded by the UK’s Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) as part of the first phase of their Digital Transformations programme. The project initiated a […] 

Guest post: Designs on Conversation

This post is based on my talk given at the Tate Britain event, as part of a series of events for the AHRC funded Digital Transformations Research Network. #AreWeContent? ‘Curiouser and curiouser!’ cried Alice … ‘now I’m opening out like the […] 

Onwards and upwards for Digital Transformations

Tomorrow, a number of researchers involved in the AHRC’s Digital Transformations programme are heading off to the Cotswolds – which, for international viewers, is a pretty bit of the English countryside somewhere near Oxford – to consider what this research programme should […] 

Are DJs curators (and vice-versa)?

The word ‘curator’ gets used liberally these days to talk about stuff people do on the web. But does that devalue the term? Is there any way what someone does on Facebook is comparable to the years of training and […]