Digital Culture and Communication

The Digital Culture and Communication section of ECREA

Crowdsourced Research Project on Expertise

“Expertise?” is a three-year research project funded by the EPSRC Digital Economy Communitites and Culture Network+ at the University of Sussex. The research team includes Caroline Basset, former Vice Chair of DCC, and Aristea Fotopoulou, our current YECREA representative. The aim of the project to look at issues of expertise in relation to digital transformations as they intersect with cultures and communities. The project has launched a crowdsource to hear your views on expertise. Everybody is welcome to respond.

What kinds of digital expertise are missing from your field? How would you define digital expertise? And what are the barriers to more active and creative engagement? Help us to better understand what skills, knowledge, and competencies, cultural organizations and communities need to enable fuller and more autonomous engagements with digital media.

Ways to get involved:

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  1. What kinds of digital expertise are missing from your field? Tell as what your field is.
  2. How would you define digital expertise?
  3. What do you think are the barriers to more active engagement?

For more information about the Expertise Scoping Study at the University of Sussex, please visit the project’s website.

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This entry was posted on December 17, 2012 by in Digital Culture, Interaction, Member Activities, Themes.
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