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CDPT Mash-up 360 - a cauldron of creativity: outcomes from the University of Portsmouth event

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CDPT Mash-up 360 - a cauldron of creativity: outcomes from the University of Portsmouth event. / Barber, Trudy; Cooke, H.; Woodroffe, E.

Mashing-up culture: the rise of user-generated content. Proceedings from the COUNTER workshop Mashing-up culture, Uppsala University, May 13-14, 2009. ed. / E. Hemmungs-Wirten; M. Ryman. Uppsala : Uppsala University / COUNTER, 2009. p. 42-60.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)peer-review

Harvard

Barber, T, Cooke, H & Woodroffe, E 2009, CDPT Mash-up 360 - a cauldron of creativity: outcomes from the University of Portsmouth event. in E Hemmungs-Wirten & M Ryman (eds), Mashing-up culture: the rise of user-generated content. Proceedings from the COUNTER workshop Mashing-up culture, Uppsala University, May 13-14, 2009. Uppsala University / COUNTER, Uppsala, pp. 42-60.

APA

Barber, T., Cooke, H., & Woodroffe, E. (2009). CDPT Mash-up 360 - a cauldron of creativity: outcomes from the University of Portsmouth event. In E. Hemmungs-Wirten, & M. Ryman (Eds.), Mashing-up culture: the rise of user-generated content. Proceedings from the COUNTER workshop Mashing-up culture, Uppsala University, May 13-14, 2009 (pp. 42-60). Uppsala University / COUNTER.

Vancouver

Barber T, Cooke H, Woodroffe E. CDPT Mash-up 360 - a cauldron of creativity: outcomes from the University of Portsmouth event. In Hemmungs-Wirten E, Ryman M, editors, Mashing-up culture: the rise of user-generated content. Proceedings from the COUNTER workshop Mashing-up culture, Uppsala University, May 13-14, 2009. Uppsala: Uppsala University / COUNTER. 2009. p. 42-60

Author

Barber, Trudy ; Cooke, H. ; Woodroffe, E. / CDPT Mash-up 360 - a cauldron of creativity: outcomes from the University of Portsmouth event. Mashing-up culture: the rise of user-generated content. Proceedings from the COUNTER workshop Mashing-up culture, Uppsala University, May 13-14, 2009. editor / E. Hemmungs-Wirten ; M. Ryman. Uppsala : Uppsala University / COUNTER, 2009. pp. 42-60

Bibtex

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