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Items where Subject is "Interactive Publishing"

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2011

Windle, Amanda and Green, Phil (2011) Metadata and the DigiLab. In: The Internet of Things Specialist Workshop, 1st July 2011, London College of Fashion.

Makryniotis, Thomas (2011) DressCode. [Show/Exhibition]

Ingham, Mark (2011) New Paradigms in Pedagogical Thinking for the Academy of the Very Near Future, or how the Wasp Became the Orchid. In: The Swedish Twitter University: Mind-blowing Ideas in 25 Tweets, 22.12.2011, The Swedish Twitter University (Online).

2012

Windle, Amanda (2012) Video interview on enterprise and research at the DigiLab. Co-Creating the Future.

Windle, Amanda (2012) Virtual reenactments of studio practice: assembling a digi-lab through case studies of virtual and online inscription. In: Biennial Conference of 4S and EASST, 17th - 20th October 2012, Copenhagen, Denmark.

2015

Sharma, Ashwani and Sharma, Sanjay (2015) Thinking with darkmatter: re-routing race in the networks of info-colonialism’. In: Postcolonial Matters. Tra gesti politici e scritture poetiche. L’Orientale University Press, Napoli. ISBN 9788866827160

2016

Hall, Frania (2016) Digital Change and Industry Responses: Exploring Organisational and Strategic Issues in the Book-Publishing Industry. Logos, 27 (2). pp. 19-31. ISSN 0957-9656

2017

Baines, Jess (2017) Engaging (Past) Participants: The Case of radicalprintshops.org. In: Innovative Methods in Media and Communication Research. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 17-36. ISBN 978-3-319-40699-2

2019

Cooper, Tony and Stavros, Constantino and Dobele, Angela (2019) Domains of Influence: Exploring Negative Sentiment in Social Media. Journal of Product and Brand Management. ISSN 1061-0421

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