Monthly Archives: February 2011

Why investigating digital researchers? A personal choice

I think that both a master and a doctoral thesis provide you with an invaluable opportunity to really choose any research topic and to shape it according to your own core interests (beyond the obvious constraints due to ‘zero budget’!). … Continue reading

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In good company: an imagined community to support virtual PHD journeys (DR11)

(Just for archive, first published in Digital Researcher 2011 blog, 12th February 2011) My uptake of social media is fairly recent and coincides with my move from an e-learning practitioner role in higher education towards that of an apprentice researcher … Continue reading

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Open approach and research ethics

Being an apprentice researcher, my view is limited to a few early experiences and reflections on a possible open approach while conducting a research study. In particular, I consider the relationship between an open research approach and research ethics, just … Continue reading

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