‘Pecha Kucha’ case studies

For our second event on 7th December at the British Library, we sent out a call for papers for PhD students and early career researchers who utilise digital methods to give short ‘pecha kucha’ style presentations on their research.

Materials from these talks are provided below to give an insight into some of the varied and innovative work being conducted.

Jo Belcher, University of Surrey. Mixing Digital & Traditional Methods to Reach Hidden Carers  | Slides | Notes

Lorenza Antonucci, University of Bristol. Using social media in the different phases of the research process  | Slides

Carole Kirk, University of Leeds. Digital Reflection: A method for arts practice-led research? | SlidesNotes

Amy Guy, University of Edinburgh. Digital media on the Semantic Web  | Slides and Notes

Emma Hutchinson, University of Warwick, Asynchronous Online Interviews and Image Elicitation.| Slides | Notes

Eve Stirling, University of Sheffield, “Facebook me…I’ll add you” Using my (personal) Facebook profile as a research tool | AbstractSlides



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