Chapter published in:Skyping the Family: Interpersonal video communication and domestic life
Edited by Richard Harper, Rod Watson and Christian Licoppe
[Benjamins Current Topics 103] 2019
► pp. 119–146
Showing ‘digital’ objects in web-based video chats as a collaborative achievement
- 2.Hangouts On Air
- 2.1Example 1: The collaborative screen-shares of digital images
- 2.2Example 2: Screen sharing a video clip as a collaborative activity
- 2.3Example 3: Link-shares and the multiple layers of viewership
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Published online: 13 August 2019
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