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- Main Title Personal Response to Digital Frontiers Roundtable: Ann Howington
- Series Title Digital Frontiers' Social Media and Digital Communities Roundtable and Questions of Belonging
Author: Howington, AnnCreator Type: PersonalCreator Info: University of North Texas
Editor: Way, JenniferContributor Type: PersonalContributor Info: University of North Texas
- Creation: 2012-09-21
- Content Description: This response paper is for Dr. Jennifer Way's graduate art history seminar on 20th-21st century art. Students in Way's seminar attended 'Social Media and Digital Communities: A Roundtable Discussion,' a session featured at the Digital Frontiers 2012 conference. Way charged her students with writing a short paper to explore connections between the roundtable and their seminar studies. What follows is a short paper by graduate student, Ann Howington.
- Physical Description: 2 p.
- Keyword: social media
- Keyword: crowdsourcing
- Keyword: Flickr
- Named Person: Fleming, Jennie
- Academic Course: AEAH 5813.001 20th-21st Century Graduate Art History Seminar, University of North Texas, Fall 2012
Name: Digital FrontiersCode: DIGIF
Name: UNT College of Visual Arts + DesignCode: UNTCVA
- Rights Access: public
- Archival Resource Key: ark:/67531/metadc109706
- Academic Department: Art Education and Art History