Practice Research: Accessibility and Reproducibility Enhancing searchability: archiving practice research

Redhead, L. 2021. 'Practice Research: Accessibility and Reproducibility Enhancing searchability: archiving practice research'. In: Enhancing searchability: archiving practice research. Online workshop, United Kingdom 15 November 2021. [Conference or Workshop Item]

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This workshop will deal with some of the challenges and issues involved with documenting and archiving practice research. Some of the questions this panel will aim to address include:

How can we ensure that practice research is fully searchable and visible in the public domain?
Are university repositories able to host the research findings of practice research projects run within, or in collaboration with, universities in the UK?
What kinds of practices can we design and share that allow for the most effective and efficient means of sharing the research findings of work in this area?
How do we consider the ways in which disciplinary differences warrant different considerations in devising systems (technological or otherwise) for archiving and disseminating practice research?

Chair: Professor Mark d’Inverno, Goldsmiths, University of London
Professor Oriana Baddeley, Former Dean of Research, University of the Arts London
Dr Lauren Redhead, Senion Lecturer in Music, Goldsmiths, University of London
Professor Bambo Soyinka, Professor of Story, Bath Spa University
Dr Scott McLaughlin, Lecturer in Composition and Music Technology, Leeds University
Dr James Bulley, artist and composer, co-author of Bulley-Şahin reports on practice research for Research England (2021)

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15 November 2021Published Online

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Online workshop, United Kingdom

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15 November 2021

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07 Jul 2022 14:13

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