Last week, on Monday 9th September, I participated at the
Royal Society of Edinburgh‘s ( RSE) Annual Awards Reception. Each year this event provides a snapshot of the creative and innovative projects that are supported by the RSE and its partners: the Scottish Funding Council, Scottish Enterprise, BBSRC, STFC, BP, IBioIC and Fullbright. Continue reading
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Dr David Haynes presents his research
Colleagues in the
Centre for Social Informatics are delighted that Dr David Haynes – currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at City University – will be joining us as a new lecturer in the School of Computing at Edinburgh Napier University in January 2020.
In preparation for his move to Scotland, David has spent the past few days with us in Edinburgh. As part of this visit, on Friday 30th August David delivered a research seminar on the
research that he is undertaking for his postdoctoral fellowship. His project concerns the nature of online risk from the perspective of individuals. Continue reading
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Delegates at the roundtable event (photo credit Lyn Robinson)
Last week on Tuesday 25th June 2019 I was delighted to be one of approximately 40 invited library and information professionals and library and information science (LIS) researchers brought together to discuss the relationship between theory and practice, and to identify ways in which the theory/practice gap can be bridged.
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The 2019 summer conference season is now well underway!
This week is a particularly busy one for colleagues who share the research interests of those of us in the
Centre for Social Informatics (CSI), with two international events running simultaneously between 16th and 19th June: Continue reading
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