Digital researcher blog 2011
What does it mean to be a digital researcher? What are your experiences of using technology in the course of your research?
The Digital Researcher blog is the place to discuss experiences, share knowledge and find out what exactly it means to be a digital researcher in the Information Age.
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22 August 2011
RCUK are looking to capture a handful of case studies to include within their guidance for Pathways to Impact, and on the NCCPE website.
07 July 2011
To engage with history researchers, and with the general public, I decided yesterday to use my hundreds of interviews with Guernsey child and adult WW2 evacuees to create an online diary for an Evacuated Guernsey Mother in June 1940 I will update it several times a week, for the rest of this year, on my research blog & website, to demonstrate some of the experiences the 17,000 children and adults went through from June 1940 as they were evacuated to England. The first entry is below: Gillian Mawson My diary - 9 June 1940: - I am Mrs Pamela Le Tissier and last night my family and I in Guernsey could clearly hear the guns on the French coast. My husband fears the Nazis will invade Guernsey, but I am not so sure, there is confusion all around. You can follow this diary throughout this year, at: http://guernseyevacuees.wordpress.com/diary-of-an-evacuee-jun-1940/ EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
10 June 2011
In December, disaster struck, I switched my computer on only to be greeted with the blue screen of death. It made me realise how utterly reliant I am on my laptop and how much harder life is without the Internet.
12 January 2011
This post explains that Digital Researcher 2011 is now underway
14 February 2011
This posts brings a new guide to the attention of #dr11 attendees.
14 February 2011
This article sets out how you can get your academic articles noticed using social media and related technologies.
08 February 2011
Created by Dr Charlotte Frost in 2010 PhD2Published aims to provide a wealth of hints and tips for newbie academics on how they might get their all important first book in print in today's market, as well as providing discussion on the future of academic writing and publishing in the e-age.
09 February 2011
A brief overview of what has been happening this week on #dr11.
21 January 2011
This post describes my use of social media in my practice as a researcher.
06 January 2011