We are halfway there with co-editing a book called “Doing research in and on the digital: research methods across fields of inquiry” (Routledge), which aims to deliver on two fronts: […]
Australia seems an obvious move for a Brit. I’m certainly not alone in my desire to come here for academic work as I’ve been contacted by quite a few people now who’ve asked me how I did it. How did you get an academic job in Australia? The simple answer is that I applied, interviewed by Skype, and got the job. Here’s the longer version
I sat in on a lecture this week introducing Data Science with students embarking upon the digital research specialisation on the Master of Social Science. I enjoyed the lecture because I can […]
I am currently at a retreat for PhD researchers from the School of Social Sciences and Psychology, University of Western Sydney. It’s a two day event at the Sebel Resort […]
Slides from my presentation for the School of Social Sciences and Psychology, University of Western Sydney. Social media, primarily Twitter, for sharing research and building a ‘twitterati’.
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The end of another academic year and another cohort of psychology students enter the graduate world. I have supervised undergraduate and masters dissertations before but this was the first year […]