Mixing the library-information interaction and the disc jockey
by Dan Norton; Mel Woods; Shaleph O'Neill
International Journal of Arts and Technology (IJART), Vol. 7, No. 4, 2014

Abstract: A model of information interaction, based on the activities of disc jockeys (DJs) provides a valuable conceptual framework for working in large digital collections. Their processes and workflow demonstrate creative information behaviours that are transferable to other data-representations; as such the model represents a new take on read/write systems of interaction for creative development in archives of all kinds, and provides a platform for learning and authoring with digital collections.

Online publication date: Wed, 31-Dec-2014

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