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Exploring the Use of Non-Digital Situated Displays in a Rural Community

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Published

Publication date9/12/2008
Number of pages3
Original languageEnglish

Conference

ConferenceOZCHI 2008 Workshop on Public and Situated Displays to Support Communities
CityCairns, Australia
Period9/12/08 → …

Abstract

Public, situated displays of information are truly ubiquitous, found in all walks of life providing a wide range of information—but not necessarily in digital form. In this paper we present a survey of non-digital situated display usage in a small, rural community in North West England, with the intention of exploring how community display practices might be improved by digital technology.