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Skimmers, Dippers, and Divers

This is one section from a longer presentation I gave at Internet Research 12 in Seattle, going into detail about how Campfire (http://www.campfirenyc.com) thinks about audiences/players/participants in the design of participatory programs.

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Skimmers, Dippers, and Divers

  1. 1. 1. Design Communal ExperiencesAudience Types (Self-selecting) LOWER ENGAGEMENTSkimmersDippersDivers HIGHER ENGAGEMENTSHARING THE STAGE: STORYTELLING IN A PARTICIPATORY CULTURE 1
  2. 2. 1. Design Communal ExperiencesAudience Types (Self-selecting)DiversDippers SPREADSkimmersSHARING THE STAGE: STORYTELLING IN A PARTICIPATORY CULTURE 2
  3. 3. 1. Design Communal ExperiencesAudience Types (Self-selecting)DiversDippers SPREADSkimmersSHARING THE STAGE: STORYTELLING IN A PARTICIPATORY CULTURE 2
  4. 4. 1. Design Communal ExperiencesAudience Types (Self-selecting) LOWER ENGAGEMENTSkimmersDippersDivers HIGHER ENGAGEMENTSHARING THE STAGE: STORYTELLING IN A PARTICIPATORY CULTURE 3
  5. 5. 1. Design Communal ExperiencesAudience Types (Self-selecting) LOWER ENGAGEMENTSkimmers INVESTMENT ($) ACESSIBILITYDippersDivers HIGHER ENGAGEMENTSHARING THE STAGE: STORYTELLING IN A PARTICIPATORY CULTURE 3

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