DREaM event 3 materials now all online
February 8, 2012 Leave a comment
Thanks largely to the efforts of our event amplifier Kirsty Pitkin, and the hard work of the workshop 2 reviewers, we’re pleased to announce that all the resources from last week’s DREaM project workshop at the British Library are now available online.
From here you can link through to each of the session presentations:
- Professor Hazel Hall’s introduction: includes reference to the Practitioner Researcher Excellence Award and the announcement of Dr Ben Goldacre as keynote speaker at the DREaM conference on Monday 9th July 2012
- Professor Peter Beresford’s session on user involvement in research: includes a video of the presentation, a presentation summary, and the full text of the paper presented.
- Dr Thomas Haigh’s session on techniques from history: includes session slides, workshop task, a video of the presentation, and a session summary.
- Professor Mike Thelwall’s session on webometrics: includes session slides, a video of the presentation, a session summary, and the output of the workshop “homework” task.
- Professor Nick Moore’s session on research and policy: includes session slides, a video of the presentation, and a session summary.
We have also uploaded the video of delegate presentations in the unconference half hour. This includes contributions from:
- Marshall Dozier
- Jean Parris
- Lauren Smith
- Jenny Harbour
- Sue Childs
- Ella Taylor-Smith
- Lesley Thomson
The workshop 3 reviews page provides links to all the delegate reviews of the event. Listed with these are Hazel Hall’s analysis of the workshop 2 evaluation forms, and Kirsty Pitkin’s analysis and review of Twitter activity on the day. (The CoverItLive archive of the event also gives a good flavour of the online conversations related to the event.)
If you would like to set up or join an online discussion based around any of the issues covered in this workshop, please feel free to do so with other DREaM network members in the DREaM online community. DREaM online community membership is open to anyone with an interest in library and information science research: you do not have to have attended a DREaM project event to join. You will also find the full set of photos taken at workshop 2 in the DREaM online community.