Difference between revisions of "Cultures of the Digital Economy"

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Crucible and CoDE together proposed to host the national research hub for [[Digital culture in society]].  
 
Crucible and CoDE together proposed to host the national research hub for [[Digital culture in society]].  
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CoDE provides hosting for the [[Creative Front]] network of creative industries practitioners in Cambridgeshire.
  
 
CoDE members who participate in the Crucible network:
 
CoDE members who participate in the Crucible network:

Latest revision as of 09:17, 15 November 2011

CoDE is a research centre at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, with many links to the Crucible network via shared membership, collaborative projects and geographic proximity.

CoDE was founded by Jussi Parikka and Samantha Rayner.

Crucible and CoDE together proposed to host the national research hub for Digital culture in society.

CoDE provides hosting for the Creative Front network of creative industries practitioners in Cambridgeshire.

CoDE members who participate in the Crucible network:

Other Crucible members affiliated with CoDE: