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ARTS2091 Course Notes

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Comprehensive Course Notes including all assessable material for the final examination in week 12

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g. new types of meanings that we can make using new technologies Mobility • “All experience is local... we are always in place, and place is always with us” (Meyrowitz, 1989, p.328) • “The question is how – in which respects and to what degree - different media enable us to reach into spaces beyond our places” (Jensen, 2013, p. 72) • “What’s new about so-called mobile media si the scale and scope of their integration of communication into everyday practices in increasingly synchronous, localised, nad individualised formats” (Jensen, 2013, p.27) Doug Engelbart’s mouse prototype c. 1968 ...
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