Part four of the DREaM events took place at Edinburgh Napier's Craighouse campus, on the same format as the previous two workshops. These three workshops have seen the cohort introduced to a wide range of research methods, suitable for an array of projects and approaches. It has been a very successful programme, which will be capped off on Monday 9 July at the British Library for the closing conference, details here.
But to the business at hand, the third workshop. Methods discussed included:
- Horizon scanning
- Repertory grids (from psychology)
- Data mining
For a full review of these methods and for information on the rest of the day's activities head to the main project site. The delegate reviews are particularly valuable, alongside the presenters' slides.
Image: 'Napier University Craighouse Campus' / flickr.com/photos/hugomellon/5040041124/