IIDI hosts a third successful DREaM project workshop in Edinburgh
The third of the five Developing Research Excellence and Methods (DREaM) project
events took place at Craighouse campus at Edinburgh Napier University on 25th April 2012. The goal of the AHRC-funded project is to create a UK network of library and information science researchers. It is led by the Director of the Centre for Social Informatics, Professor Hazel Hall.
On this occasion Hazel was joined by Dr Phil Turner of IIDI's Centre for Interaction Design as one of the session leaders. Phil's contribution was the most popular formal session of the day.
Read more about the success of the third DREaM event on the Library and Information Science Research Coalition blog
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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.
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