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Collaboration between CARET and Proboscis, exploring the more and less transient ways that social groups coalesce and conduct themselves around the university. Changing knowledge, business and policy environments leave traces through both institutional structures, physical environments, social media and information systems. This project takes a broad design perspective with a focus on individual action and social change.
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Collaboration between [[CARET]] and [[Proboscis]], exploring the more and less transient ways that social groups coalesce and conduct themselves around the university. Changing knowledge, business and policy environments leave traces through both institutional structures, physical environments, social media and information systems. This project takes a broad design perspective with a focus on individual action and social change. Project funded by [[JISC]].
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Crucible members involved in the project include:
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* [[John Norman]]
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* [[Alan Blackwell]]
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* [[Giles Lane]]
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* [[Laura James]]
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* [[Anne-Sophie Baets]]
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* [[Verity Allan]]
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Additional input from:
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* [[David Good]]
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* [[Nathan Crilly]]
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* [[Lee Wilson]]
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* [[Nancy Foster]]
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* [[John Naughton]]
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[[Category: Projects]]

Latest revision as of 07:19, 8 November 2011

Collaboration between CARET and Proboscis, exploring the more and less transient ways that social groups coalesce and conduct themselves around the university. Changing knowledge, business and policy environments leave traces through both institutional structures, physical environments, social media and information systems. This project takes a broad design perspective with a focus on individual action and social change. Project funded by JISC.

Crucible members involved in the project include:

Additional input from: