Gloriana Davenport

April 9, 2001, 6:00 pm   » 

Prof. Gloriana Davenport is trained as a documentary filmmaker and has achieved international recognition for her work in new media forms. Her research explores fundamental issues related to the collaborative co-construction of digital media, where the task of narration is split among authors, consumers, and computer mediators.

Ms. Davenport's recent work focuses on the creation of customizable, personalizable storyteller systems that dynamically serve and adapt to a widely dispersed society of audience. She has taught, lectured, and published internationally on subjects of interactive multimedia and story construction. She has received numerous design awards. From 1988-1996 she held the Asahi Broadcasting Career Development Chair at M.I.T.

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