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Platform Powers

Page history last edited by julie 10 years, 10 months ago

 

 

How will the exhibit address the four key platform powers (rules of behavior, use of user-generated content, featuring and promoting content, setting types of interactions)?

 

Promote & Feature Preferred Content (Jaisa & Julie)-JD

  • We can either promote a certain quality of work (giving previous examples perhaps) or promote a certain message.
  • Use first person and focus on personal experiences- avoid blanket statements
  • How to decide what content to feature? Would we have a group vote, or small editing board
  • Location is key to participation

 

 

 

(I'll put this up here, as well, for editing)--Kelly

Okay, Here is an aggregation of comments from the "User Generated Content" discussion on Monday 4-13 --Kelly

Publish to a blog/website/radio program (possibly campus radio)

Have users swap content, each taking something away proportional to what they gave

Provide platform for expert commentary/adaptaion from invited curators/artists/important figures on user content

Make it go viral

Tag/Rate it, and make it searchable

Hide it or base games around it such as tresure hunts, new campus history tours

Use it to continue a process/project in a digital environment afterwards 

 

 

What of kind of Interactions shall we provide/support?

(Kathryn, Alex, Erin, Jill)

 

  • Customization (limit options/limit resources)
  •     What’s customizable (virtual & analog): avatars, background, photos, drawings, writing
  • Collaboration (however, asynchronous interactions possible also to allow for individual participation)
  • Customization that’s available upon collaboration (ding, ding, ding!)
  • Iteration: saving work so others can use what someone else has created and build upon it
  • Immediate gratification: the ability for participants to see/experience large (projected into exhibit area) and virtually what they’ve created.

What are the groundrules?

(Nicole, Kyle, Shin Yu)

- no profanity or graphic images

- age-appropriate content

- no flaming

- nothing libelous

- content for which users own copyright

 

Comments (1)

Kelly Porter said

at 11:19 am on Apr 13, 2009

Okay, Here is an aggregation of comments from the "User Generated Content" discussion on Monday 4-13 --Kelly

Publish to a blog/website/radio program (possibly campus radio)
Have users swap content, each taking something away proportional to what they gave
Provide platform for expert commentary/adaptaion from invited curators/artists/important figures on user content
Make it go viral
Tag/Rate it, and make it searchable
Hide it or base games around it such as tresure hunts, new campus history tours
Use it to continue a process/project in a digital environment afterwards


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