When skilled practitioners create media artifacts such as web pages, newspaper articles, videos, or business presentations, they are engaging in a pursuit which has consequences for the people who will interact with those artifacts. The juncture of practice, artifact, and consequences involves diverse normative considerations. We have summarized these into three criteria: coherence, engagement, and usefulness. In this paper we report on initial progress to develop a method for assessing these criteria in a particular form of skilled real-time media practice.
Selvin, Albert M. and Buckingham Shum, Simon (2009). Coherence, engagement, and usefulness as sensemaking criteria in participatory media practice. In: Sensemaking Workshop, ACM Computer-Human Interaction (CHI) Conference, 2009, 4-5 Apr 2009, Boston, MA, USA.