WA Distinguished Professors’ Lectures Series features internationally renowned scholars visiting the Faculty of English to share their research and professional expertise with the faculty and students. This time we have the honour to host Prof. Trena Paulus from East Tennessee State University (ETSU) who is staying with us as a Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Humanities and Social Sciences. She will deliver a lecture “Creating reflexive digital research workflows” that will take place on 14 April 2023 (Friday) at 1:15 p.m. in AULA Heliodori.
Creating reflexive digital research workflows
Prof. Trena Paulus
Friday, April 14, 1:15 p.m., Aula Heliodori
Adopting digital tools and online spaces as part of one’s “research workflow” can present scholars with political, ethical and methodological dilemmas. By engaging in the continuous reflexive practice, we can consider the positive and negative consequences of these technological choices. In this lecture, I will present a model for creating reflexive digital research workflows that include staying engaged with these potential consequences. I will illustrate how this model can be used to create a paperless literature review workflow, digital data source workflow, transcription workflow, and representation of findings workflow.