Research Tech lab SoSe 2019The Research Tech Lab, coordinated by sub-projects INF and A05, is an open forum for exchange for all members of the SFB 1187. In the Research Tech Lab, we explore and discuss, and design digital research approaches, tools, and instruments. The basic assumption of the Research Tech Lab is that IT design takes place in everyday use and involves the continuous appropriation of (digital) methods, tools, instruments, and infrastructures. In the Summer Semester 2019, the Research Tech Lab will continue to work in close connection with Locating Media graduate school. We will present the tools and methods catalog that built in the social platform “Research Hub” and based on the input provided in the Techlab Winter Semester 2018/19. We will continue to expand the catalog with the participants’ contributions during the SoSe 2019. The catalog is intended as an “active inventory”, a place in which issues with tools and methods can be collected and discussed, an organizational memory fruitful for future students and academics.
Session 3 - “About writing and literature management” In this session, we will continue to explore the theme of writing practices and literature management. We will speak and explore tools that support writing and document production, organization of field notes and literature, editing practices (how you edit your own work and the work of others). In particular, we will have two main input:
- Simon Holdermann will show how to use Citavi for collecting ethnographic fieldnotes and literature management
- Roger Norum will show us Scrivener: https://www.literatureandlatte.com/scrivener/overview
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