DREaM event 2 – workshop Tuesday 25 October 2011

Building the skills to build the evidence base

This workshop took place on Tuesday 25 October 2011. To find out how it went, read the delegate reviews. If you are interested in the workshop materials (PowerPoint slides, videos of the presentations, and presentation summaries) please follow the links embedded in the programme below.

Workshop 1 details

  • Tuesday 25 October 2011, 10:30-16:15 (registration from 09:45)
  • Edinburgh Napier University Craighouse campus
  • Participants included librarians, information scientists, LIS academics, new professionals and PhD students from all LIS backgrounds/sectors
  • Workshop hashtag #lis_dream2

Who participated?

Workshop sessions

09:45-10:30 Registration, coffee/tea
Includes sign-up for unconference half hour (please see below)
10:30-10:45 Welcome and introductionProfessor Hazel Hall, Edinburgh Napier University and the LIS Research Coalition
10:45-11:30 Introduction to ethnographyDr Paul Lynch, Strathclyde University
11:30-11:45 Coffee/tea
11:45-12:45 Introduction to social network analysisDr Louise Cooke, Loughborough University
Louise will also introduce the workshop 1 game/task in this session
12:45-13:15 Unconference half hour
Short presentations by DREaM project participants as decided at registration
13:15-13:45 Lunch
13:45-14:45 Introduction to discourse analysisProfessor Andy McKinlay, University of Edinburgh
14:45-15:15 Tea/coffee
Includes conclusion of workshop 1 task/game
15:15-16:15 Research ethics and legal issuesProfessor Charles Oppenheim, DREaM project

Amplified discussions surrounding the event

We used CoverItLive to capture the Twitter discussions surrounding the event hashtag #lis_dream2 and to provide a forum for non-Twitter users to participate in the event remotely. A full archive of these conversations is available online or as a Word document to download.

Details of the other DREaM project events

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