On 3rd July, we organised the second part of the workshop with our case studies’ participants, network members and other invited participants. It was well attended (we were a group of 19 with 2 additional attendees joining in the afternoon via Skype) and several different disciplinary backgrounds as well as co-creative practices were represented.
We discussed both the nature and scope of the current project, some of the themes and findings that were emerging from the scoping study as well investigated possibilities for future development and collaboration on the topic of ‘digital manual.’ Several activities during the day aided this discussion and also led to some interesting visual representations.
We identified the essential characteristics of the ‘digital manual’ and its relationship with the characteristics of a ‘book.’
Thanks to all our attendees for a day full of stimulating discussions!