Live and public: one practitioner’s experience and assessment of Twitter as a tool for archiving creative process

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Barnard, J. 2014. Live and public: one practitioner’s experience and assessment of Twitter as a tool for archiving creative process. Journal of Writing in Creative Practice. 7 (3), pp. 493-503. https://doi.org/10.1386/jwcp.7.3.493_1
TypeArticle
TitleLive and public: one practitioner’s experience and assessment of Twitter as a tool for archiving creative process
AuthorsBarnard, J.
Abstract

This interdisciplinary article explores from a practitioner’s perspective, ways in which developments in Web 2.0 technology, in combination with mobile phones, facilitate and encourage new methods of archiving creative process that result in new experimental forms of writing. It takes the author’s use of Twitter as a case study. The research purpose is to consider the benefits of developments in new technology to creative writing practitioners. An aim will be to reach a new theoretical position on how social media and mobile technology can aid and generate creativity by enabling archiving of the creative process to be an ongoing, live, dynamic experience.

Research GroupEnglish Language and Literature
PublisherIntellect
JournalJournal of Writing in Creative Practice
ISSN1753-5190
Publication dates
Print01 Sep 2014
Publication process dates
Deposited02 Jun 2015
Output statusPublished
Accepted author manuscript
Copyright Statement

The inclusion of the accepted manuscript in this repository is permitted by the publisher's (Intellect) green open access option.

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1386/jwcp.7.3.493_1
LanguageEnglish
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