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Capturing and indexing rehearsals: the design and usage of a digital archive of performing arts
Preserving the cultural heritage of the performing arts raises difficult and sensitive issues, as each performance is unique by nature and the juxtaposition between the performers and the audience cannot be easily recorded. ...
Media archaeology as the poetics of obsolescence
The Character as Subjective Interface
(Springer International Publishing, 2016-10-22)
This paper re-frames virtual interactive characters as " subjective interfaces " with the purpose of highlighting original affordances for interactive story-telling through conversation. This notion is theoretically unpacked ...
“When I Grow Up I Want to be a Doctor”: Promoting Atikamekw Children’s Interest for Health Professions Through a Book Collection
Introduction: Aboriginal peoples are underrepresented within the healthcare professions, and recruitment of Aboriginal students has become a priority for medical schools in Canada. Because of very low high-school completion ...
Who influence the music tastes of adolescents? A study on interpersonal influence in social networks
Research on music information behavior demonstrates that people rely primarily on others to discover new music. This paper reports on a qualitative study aiming at exploring more in-depth how music information circulates ...
Health and Literacy: The Mini-Med School and the Literacy Foundation Working Together to Reach Native Children
The Mini-Med School (MMS) aims to motivate Native children to stay in school, introduce them to the health professions and encourage them to have healthy living practices. As reading skills play a major role in student ...
Citation rhetoric examined
(King’s College. Office for Humanities Communication; Centre for Computing in the Humanities., 2010)
In his influential monograph «The Rhetoric of Citation Systems», Connors (1999) elaborates on the principle that scholars working with different forms of citation find themselves thinking differently, since the citation ...