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Past seminars and invited talks (e-research)

On this page, we share details of past seminars and invited talks that we have given. Wherever possible we include our slides but ask you please not to cite or circulate these without our permission.

2014

The Open University

On 18th March 2014, Katrina and Rebecca presented a session on e-research to The Open University, entitled Collecting and analysing text and images from Web 2.0.

Here are the edited slides for this presentation.

Northampton University Business School

On 12th February 2014, Katrina and Rebecca presented a session on e-research to Northampton University Business School.

2013

British Academy of Management, Research Methods SIG “Sharing our struggles”

Hosted by Gillian Symon (RHUL) and Katrina Pritchard (BBK) at British Academy of Management, 16th December 2013

Rebecca and Katrina presented their approach to e-research.

British Academy of Management Conference, September 2013

Paper within the Research Methods SIG:

Extending e-research? Reflections on engaging with the visual in Web 2.0 data

Seminar at Birkbeck on 21 September 2012

On Friday 21st September 2012 we held a seminar covering all aspects of our research to date.  The morning session focused on the topic of age (see separate blog page for the slides of that session) while the afternoon covered methodological issues associated with our e-research approach.

Here are the edited slides from the afternoon session.

For more information on our research please see the ‘Publications and past conference presentations’ section of this blog. This includes links to abstracts of our recent work which we have presented at conferences.

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