After lunch hosted in the Arts Building Senior Common Room, the afternoon session began with Dr Kat Jungnickel (Goldsmiths, University of London), who presented several case studies from her experience as a ‘messy sociologist’ and a decade’s work with the web.
The final part of the day was led by Katy Beale from Caper, who showcased a number of creative projects involving data in innovative ways, including the fantastic Culture Hack initiative, which really sparked off the group discussions with our participants.
Two important themes emerged from the brainstorming session: web tools for early career researcher support and the development of platforms for digital documents or objects.
From these discussions three groups have emerged to work on their web projects, due to be completed by December 2014.
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