IIDI host research skills workshop: DREaM's 2nd event
The AHRC-funded DREaM project is developing a formal UK-wide network of Library and Information Science (LIS) researchers. This includes 5 events, bringing LIS researchers together to expand their research. The launch event, “Out of the comfort zone
” took place at the British Library Conference Centre in London in July 2011.
On 25th October, the first of 3 workshops takes place, at Craighouse: Building the skills to build the evidence base
. The workshop includes introductions to ethnography, social network analysis, discourse analysis, research ethics and legal issues, as well as opportunities to network and share ideas.
Director of CSI
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This AHRC-funded project develops a formal UK-wide network of Library and Information Science (LIS) researchers. A key goal of the project is to build capacity and capability in the development and implementation of innovative methods and techniques in undertaking LIS research.
The technologies that help us to organise and share information on the internet are changing the way we live and work. This information society or knowledge economy people affects is in all kinds of new ways – as individuals, groups and organisations.