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Student Perspectives: Lockdown, and What the Digital World Cannot yet Replace

The Student Perspectives category collects posts written by current CityLIS students. In this post, Nina Byrom considers how Floridi’s theory of digital proxies has become a reality in the context of Covid-19 but also looks at how lockdown has revealed … Continue reading

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Modern forms of publishing include writing blogs and posting diverse content on social media. In this context, how do library and/or information services relate to questions of identity in the twenty-first century?

***Elle Moyse considers how Web 2.0 reconfigures our sense of identity when it is presented as media. These ideas are discussed with reference to online journalism, blogging and social media. Elle is on Twitter @ElleMoyse. It is reproduced here with … Continue reading

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Authorship in the Age of the Infosphere

***This essay was written by CityLIS student Anna Gialdini in April 2019. It is reproduced here with the author’s permission as part of our CityLIS Writes initiative.*** The infosphere – and one of its predominant media, the internet – have … Continue reading

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Trans-Participation in the Infosphere

This is the full version of the paper Joseph Dunne-Howrie gave at the DocPerform 3: Postdigital Symposium on May 16th 2019 *** I recently gave a paper where I criticized those immersive performances that denude participants of their critical agency … Continue reading

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