Interdisciplinary applications of experimental social software to the study of narrative in digital contexts

The electronic environment has transformed the resources available to the academic researcher, most recently in the area of collaboration and new kinds of knowledge management. This project evaluates a selection of experimental software tools to discover whether they offer valuable unconventional opportunities to connect researchers across widely-differing disciplines and to examine how they might support innovative collaborations, such as shared bibliographical resources. The study will focus on the study of narrative within a digital context but findings are expected to be of use to a wide range of researchers.
Funded by the AHRC

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  1. Bruce Mason

    Bruce Mason is a post-doctoral researcher on the AHRC-funded Interdisciplinary applications of experimental social software to the study of narrative in digital contexts, (aka TNN) investigating the potential of social bookmarking for transdisciplinar…

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