Centre for Social Informatics contribution to iDocQ 2016

Date posted

23 June 2016

A number of staff and students from the Centre for Social Informatics contributed to the planning and delivery of the sixth annual Information Science doctoral colloquium (iDocQ 2016) on Thursday 23rd June at Strathclyde University in Glasgow. These included: Lyndsey Jenkins who served on the student programme committee; Hazel Hall, who ran a breakout session; Alicja Pawluczuk, who won the best 20×20 award for her presentation on her doctoral study on youth digital culture co-creation; and Laura Muir and Ella Taylor-Smith, who served on the Q&A panel.

For further details, please see the post on Hazel Hall's blog (http://hazelhall.org) at https://hazelhall.org/2016/07/04/idocq-information-science-doctoral-colloquium-2016-idocq2016-a-review/