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Access All Areas symposium

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I have just participated to the Access All Areas Symposium in Bristol. The recently created Digital Cultures Research Centre (DCRC) had organised a one day event around user generated content and I did a presentation on the effect of user generated content on the interactive documentary form. You can have a look to the programme at http://accessareas.wordpress.com/programme/ and you can also have a very precise summary of each presentation on the live blog of Jennifer M Jones – who did manage to post photos and next to real time notes on each presentation in the most accurate way!

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This entry was posted on Monday, May 31st, 2010

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