I don’t, as a rule use my website to discuss academic research in which I am involved. But every now and again when something really peaks my interest, for any particular reason, I make an exception. So please feel free to click away now if this is not your cup of tea.
In September 2012, Jon Dovey, Professor of Screen Media and Director of the Digital Cultures Research Centre (DCRC) and Director of REACT, spoke at the Media Summit 2012 in Bournemouth. REACT stands for Research and Enterprise in Arts and Creative Technology. It is a consortium of the universities of Bristol, West England, Bath and Exeter established with creative industries research monies from the AHRC and TSB. It is one of four Knowledge Exchange hubs for the Creative Industries sector in the UK. Why is this important and why am I interested in this? Continue Reading →