Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to hear and interact with experts and foremost practitioners. As data management standards demand planning and skill on the part of art and design researchers, the topics covered in this series are critical for emerging and experienced researchers alike.
Everyone is welcome to attend these live, on-line, presentations and workshops. Sign-up details will be circulated soon.
Watch the microsite for more details on the topics and speakers. Additional and ancillary events are being planned now.
Below is the current list of talks, presentations and workshops. It’s highly recommended to register in advance for certain ones – please follow the links to learn more about each event and to register if need be.
Guest Presentation – September 16, 11:30am – 12:30 pm (PDT) – Jessie Loyer, “Research as Trauma & Medicine: How Libraries can Provide an Ethic of Care”
Workshop – September 23, 1:30 – 3pm (PDT) – Melissa Dane, First Nations Information Governance Centre, “First Nations Data Sovereignty and Research Creation: Communities of Practice”
Guest Presentation – September 30, 11:30am – 12:30 pm (PDT) – Dorit Naaman, “Data and archiving in the face of state erasure: a case for Research-Creation methods”
Guest Presentation – October 14, 11:30am – 12:30 pm (PDT) – Victoria Lemieux, “Designing for Interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary pedagogy”
Workshop – October 14, 1:30 – 3pm (PDT) – Hillary Webb, “Submitting research to eCollections at Emily Carr, including ORCID Registration and How to Make a Researcher Profile”
Presentation – October 28, 11:30am – 12:30 pm (PDT) – TBA
Guest Presentation – November 10, 11:30am – 12:30 pm (PST) – Lucy Cotter, “Artistic Research and the Future”
Workshop – November 10, 1:30 – 3pm (PST) – Portage Network, “A Practical Introduction to Research Data Management”
Student Respondents’ Panel, December 9, 11:30 – 12:30 pm (PST) – TBA
Workshop – December 9, 1:30 – 3pm (PST) – Hoda Hamouda, “Human-Centered Design, Blockchain, and Decentralized Identity: How can they shape our experience and rights to manage our health data?”
The series, Digital + Creative Knowledge Sharing: Data Management in CreativeResearch is supported by Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (Research Data Management Capacity Initiative), Emily Carr University Research + Industry Office, VP Academic and Provost Office, Emily Carr Library and First Nations Information Governance Centre.