Conole keynote presentation_edmedia
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  • Yep agree and of course any graphical representation by nature foregrounds some things and leaves out other things,
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  • I don't know it could be represented graphically but I guess the whole dialogue is underpinned by what we mean by (and try to measure about) communication - bandwidth consumption, affective, cognitive aspects, relational strength, etc.
    I always think about Caroline Haythornthwaite's work on weak/strong/latent ties and use of multiple channels.
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  • Good point Frances, in reality it is always about the tools in context. So maybe a better way of looking at this graph is seeing it as a starting point with the 'tools' shifting up or down or sideways in use....
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  • My comment referred to Slide 5
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  • The y axis reminds me a bit of media richness theory http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Media_richness_theory that I never bought. Consumption of bandwidth might increase as we go up the y axis but communication will be very variable and dependent on relationships and shared context amongst other things. Think Twitter backchannel to boring Elluminate presentation - audience differently defined from the text chat in Elluminate.
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