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Funded by the AHRC ICT Methods Network and the Arts Council of England, this event explored the kinds of public value that arise when technology is used in arts practice and research. In a two day event, one day was devoted to issues around academic arts and humanities research ([[Crucible Theme: Digital humanities]]), and the other to new media and digital arts practice.
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Funded by the AHRC [[ICT Methods Network]] and the [[Arts Council of England]], this event explored the kinds of public value that arise when technology is used in arts practice and research. In a two day event, one day was devoted to issues around academic arts and humanities research ([[Crucible Theme: Digital Humanities]]), and the other to new media and digital arts practice.
  
 
Event archive: http://www.crassh.cam.ac.uk/events/196/
 
Event archive: http://www.crassh.cam.ac.uk/events/196/
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Crucible collaborators:
 
Crucible collaborators:
 
* [[Dawn Giles]]
 
* [[Dawn Giles]]
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* [[Annette Wolfsberger]]
 
* [[John Knell]]
 
* [[John Knell]]
 
* [[John Holden]]
 
* [[John Holden]]
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[[Crucible Theme: Policy research]]
 
[[Crucible Theme: Policy research]]
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Latest revision as of 11:59, 26 August 2011

Funded by the AHRC ICT Methods Network and the Arts Council of England, this event explored the kinds of public value that arise when technology is used in arts practice and research. In a two day event, one day was devoted to issues around academic arts and humanities research (Crucible Theme: Digital Humanities), and the other to new media and digital arts practice.

Event archive: http://www.crassh.cam.ac.uk/events/196/

Project leaders:

Crucible collaborators:

Crucible Theme: Policy research