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Lecturer job vacancy: Creative and Social Informatics group, School of Computing, Edinburgh Napier University

Message from Hazel Hall:

The School of Computing at Edinburgh Napier University is currently recruiting. Please pass the message on!

We are seeking to fill a vacancy for a lecturer post (grade 6, £38,183-£46,924, 2-year fixed term). The job is advertised on the University web site (along with the role description for lecturer posts) and jobs.ac.uk as ‘Lecturer in Business Information Systems’, with a deadline for applications of Tuesday 2nd May 2017.

The successful candidate will undertake teaching and research alongside colleagues in the Creative and Social Informatics group within the School of Computing. The Creative and Social Informatics group is one of three focus areas of the School for our research and teaching. (The others are Software Engineering, and Computer Networks and Security.)

The person appointed to the advertised role will be expected to contribute to the research activities of the Centre for Social Informatics (situated within the Creative and Social Informatics focus area).

Our research is concerned with ICT trajectories, socio-technical and organisational issues with particular focus on information seeking behaviour and use, democratic digital engagement, online communities, open data and open government, information policy and knowledge management. It is funded by a number of bodies including the UK research councils (AHRC, EPSRC and ESRC); government (for example, Skills Development Scotland); business; and professional bodies (for example, CILIP).

In REF2014 we contributed to the University’s submission to Unit of Assessment 36. 74% of the research output submitted was judged to be world-leading (4*) or internationally excellent (3*). The research environment also attracted a high score of 90% 4* and 3*. Our result puts us in the top quartile nationally for Unit of Assessment 36.

In terms of teaching, we are looking for someone who will contribute to our undergraduate and postgraduate provision, including our new BSc IT Management for Business for Graduate Level Apprentices. We would be particularly interested in hearing from candidates who can bring skills in areas such as: information governance and security; systems analysis; information systems project management; and enterprise systems.

Further details of the knowledge, skills and experience required for the post are given in the job advert. NB all applicants are expected to hold a PhD (or to be about to complete one) in a relevant discipline.

Key dates

  • Tuesday 2nd May 2017: deadline for applications
  • Thursday 25th May 2017: anticipated interview date
  • Tuesday 1st August 2017: ideal start date

Useful links and further information

Iris Buunk, Laura Muir, Marwa Salayma, Tom Kane, John Mowbray & Frances Ryan

Staff and research students from the School of Computing: Iris Buunk, Dr Laura Muir, Marwa Salayma, Dr Tom Kane, John Mowbray, Lyndsey Jenkins & Frances Ryan

Applications invited for ESRC Scottish Graduate School of Social Science Doctoral Training Partnership studentship competition 2017

Posted on behalf of Laura Muir, Edinburgh Napier University:

The Science, Technology, Innovation, Information and Communication Studies pathway of the ESRC Scottish Graduate School of Social Science Doctoral Training Partnership (SGSSS-DTP) is currently inviting applications for this year’s studentship competition.

Academic staff at each of the pathway member institutions – including those within my group at Edinburgh Napier University – would be pleased to hear from eligible candidates who would like to apply for a PhD place under this scheme.

Applications are due for submission to the SGSSS-DTP by Friday 17th February. The application process is detailed at: http://www.socsciscotland.ac.uk/studentships/how_to_apply. The first step is to secure an offer of a PhD place and so initial contact must be made to the pathway representative at Edinburgh Napier University (Dr Laura Muirl.muir@napier.ac.uk) by Monday 16th January 2017.

Applicant interests should align with the focus of the pathway research. At Edinburgh Napier University this places emphasis on the relationship between the use of information and societal development within the broader context of the ESRC SGSSS-DTP. The key areas of research interest are:

  • The social and economic impact of information
  • The legal and regulatory context for the collection and use of information
  • The technologies for the management of information
  • Information policy and strategy
  • Information behaviour and use
  • Library and information management

Applicants should meet the following requirements:

  1. Hold a good first degree (first class or 2.1).
  2. Hold a Masters degree in a social science subject that includes significant coverage of qualitative and quantitative research methods (at least 60 credits of appropriate research methods training), or be on target to complete such a Masters degree before the start of the academic year 2017/18.
  3. Be a United Kingdom citizen, or be a resident of another European Union country.
  4. Submit a research proposal that aligns with the key areas of interest the pathway.

Further details on these requirements can be found on the eligibility page of the Scottish Graduate School of Social Science web site.

If you are interested in making an application for a studentship under this scheme at Edinburgh Napier University, you should make initial contact with Dr Laura Muir(L.Muir@napier.ac.uk) by Monday 16th January 2017 (or preferably sooner) to check your eligibility to apply. Dr Muir will then arrange a telephone or Skype call to discuss research proposal ideas, and potential supervision arrangements at Edinburgh Napier. (Possible supervisors include myself and my immediate colleagues such as Dr Laura MuirDr Colin SmithDr Gemma Webster and Peter Cruickshank.) This conversation will also provide an opportunity to discuss in further detail the application process.

The next stage will be for you to complete the Edinburgh Napier research degree application form to be submitted directly to Dr Laura Muir by email at L.Muir@napier.ac.uk(and not to the general research degrees admissions e-mail address) by midday on Wednesday 18th January 2017.

Interviews will be held on the afternoon of Wednesday 25th January 2017 at the Merchiston campus of Edinburgh Napier University. Decisions on who will be invited to take their applications to the next stage will be made by Friday 27th January 2017.

Candidates who pass the internal Edinburgh Napier application process will then be authorised to start the application process on the ESRC SGSSS-DTP systeminitial registration needs to be made by Monday 13th February 2017. Following ESRC eligibility checks, candidates will then be invited to submit their full applications to the ESRC SGSSS-DTP system by Friday 17th February 2017. The outcome of these applications is expected to be known by 12th May 2017.

Candidates who are considering making an application to Edinburgh Napier University through this scheme are encouraged to explore how their research interests align with those of the staff and research students within the Centre for Social Informatics. We carry out research that is broadly concerned with the intersection of people, communities and technologies, and that incorporates themes such as:

  • Democratic digital engagement
  • Digital culture
  • Digital economy
  • e-Government
  • Information policy
  • Information seeking behaviour and use
  • The Information Society
  • Information systems for organisational effectiveness
  • Knowledge management
  • Online communities
  • Open data and open government

Our recent and current research students engage in a range of doctoral studies on topics that include:

Student bursaries available for participation at ASIST Annual Lecture 2016 and Information Science Masterclass, Edinburgh Napier University 30th November 2016

Are you a student based outside Scotland studying for a PhD in Information Science or a related discipline? If so, this is for you!

Apply for a bursary award to support attendance at the ASIST Annual Lecture 2016 and an Information Science Masterclass at Edinburgh Napier University on Wednesday 30th November 2016.

The awards

PhD students in Information Science located in universities outside Scotland are invited to apply for bursary funding offered by the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIST). There are three bursaries available. Each is to the value of £170 and is intended to cover accommodation and travel expenses associated with attending (1) the ASIST Annual Lecture 2016, and (2) an Information Science Masterclass. Both events take place at Edinburgh Napier University on Wednesday 30th November 2016 and are led by Professor Steve Fuller of the University of Warwick.

The ASIST Annual Lecture 2016 is entitled What, if anything, makes knowledge an improvement over information? In his presentation Professor Fuller will discuss the tension between our thirst for easy access to vast quantities of information and our fears of information overload, and he will explore how concepts of information vary across contexts. The ASIST Annual Lecture 2016 starts at 18:00 and is followed by a drinks reception at 19:00. Find out more athttp://tinyurl.com/fuller-asist.

In the Information Science Masterclass, which takes place from 14:00 to 17:00 (prior to the lecture), PhD students will explore a range of research philosophies applicable to Information Science and related domains. The session will be of value to students at all stages in the PhD process. The bursary award holders will join PhD students based at Scottish universities at the masterclass. The participation of students based at Scottish universities is funded by the ESRC Scottish Graduate School of Social Science (SGSSS).

(Students based at Scottish Universities (only) should sign up for the masterclass through the SGSSS web site. Applicants for the bursaries should NOT sign up for the masterclass through the SGSSS web site. Students based at Scottish universities are not eligible to apply for the bursaries described here.)

The venue for both events is Edinburgh Napier University’s Craiglockhart Campus.

How to apply for an award

To be eligible apply for this funding you must be a current PhD student in Information Science (or related discipline) based outside Scotland.

The maximum value of each bursary is £170. Any additional expenses associated with participation at these events must be met by the award winners or their home institutions.

Applications should be sent by email to Professor Hazel Hall (h.hall@napier.ac.uk) by 17:00 BST Monday 31st October 2016 in a document that includes:

•    Student name
•    Student email address
•    Contact telephone number
•    Name of the student’s Director of Studies/principal supervisor/main advisor
•    PhD title and stage (e.g. Year 1/2/3)
•    Statement on the benefits of attending the Masterclass and ASIST Annual Lecture 2016 (maximum 500 words)

Bursary award holders must be available to attend both events. They will be expected to write a review of each with a focus on their learning and how this will be applied in the research for their PhDs.

Award winners will be notified in the week beginning 7th November 2016.

Further information

For further information please contact Professor Hazel Hall, School of Computing, Edinburgh Napier University, 10 Colinton Road, Edinburgh EH10 5DT, emailh.hall@napier.ac.uk

Vacancy: Edinburgh Napier Principal’s Research Fellowships – apply by July 1st 2016

Posted on behalf of Hazel Hall:

Edinburgh Napier University is currently advertising a great opportunity for anyone keen to focus on their research over the next five years with the ambition of promotion to Associate Professor. The University’s Principal’s Research Fellowships offer a five-year contract with a salary in the range of £37,768 to £46,414, and include an attractive support package.

The posts correspond with the three broad areas that comprise the University’s Academic Themes:

  1. Information Society
  2. Sustainable communities
  3. Wellbeing

Those of us in the Centre for Social Informatics are keen to see applications that fit to the Information Society theme, and especially those that align with, or extend, our current research interests and expertise in:

  • Democratic digital engagement
  • Digital culture
  • Digital economy
  • e-Government
  • Information policy
  • Information seeking behaviour and use
  • The Information Society
  • Information systems for organisational effectiveness
  • Knowledge management
  • Online communities
  • Open data and open government

The focus of the work of successful applicants to the Principal’s Research Fellowship posts will be research, and will include developing grant proposals, undertaking projects to develop new knowledge in the domain, disseminating research results, and contributing to the University’s submission to the Research Excellence Framework (REF)*.

There will also be opportunities to mentor and coach others (e.g. line management of research assistants, research student supervision), and provide supervisory support to research teams. In carrying out this work, the Principal’s Research Fellows will actively work towards meeting the criteria for promotion to Associate Professor. (These criteria can be found in the University’s Academic appointment and promotion framework).

The University is interested in hearing from candidates who offer the following interests, expertise, and qualifications:

  • PhD in a relevant discipline
  • Knowledge and expertise to underpin the further development of research in the domain
  • A research profile that already demonstrates national recognition
  • Experience of successfully leading and developing research projects, including the writing of research proposals and disseminating research findings in high quality journals and at international conferences
  • Ability to work independently, combined with prior experience of collaborating on research projects
  • Excellent communication skills, including the ability to use a range of delivery techniques to enthuse and engage others in research
  • Willingness to play an active part in the life of the research group in which they are based, and in the wider community (e.g. through broadening their external research networks, and through public engagement activities)
  • A commitment to continuous professional development

The closing date for applications is 1st July 2016. Interviews will take place during the week commencing 15 August 2016. For further information about this opportunity, please see the advertisement and the the role description on the University’s vacancies web site.

A little more about the Centre for Social Informatics, Napier’s Merchiston campus, and Edinburgh…

Centre for Social Informatics staff and students June 2015

CSI staff and research students June 2015

*In REF2014 the Centre for Social Informatics contributed to the University’s submission to Unit of Assessment 36. 74% of the research output submitted was judged to be world-leading (4*) or internationally excellent (3*). The research environment also attracted a high score of 90% 4* and 3*. Our result puts us in the top quartile nationally for Unit of Assessment 36. Our ranking against other research groups of the British Association for Information and Library Education and Research (BAILER) based on the percentages given above places us top for research outputs and joint second for environment.

The Centre for Social Informatics is a lively and friendly research group that undertakes a wide range of research projects from small-scale commercial contracts to large research council funded grants. We also supervise a set of enthusiastic research students, the majority of whom are externally funded (e.g. by UK research councils – AHRC and ESRC). They are currently working on doctoral studies in the following areas:

Our base is a modern campus that boasts its own medieval tower, situated in what estate agents call a ‘very desirable area’ close to shops, banks, restaurants, bars and a fabulous independent cinema. There is easy public transport to campus by bus and we’re a short walk from Haymarket railway station. It takes just a few minutes to reach the beautiful open space of the Meadows for a walk or run at lunchtime. If you’ve never been to Edinburgh before, it’s one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and ranks as the best place to live in the UK.

A preview of iDocQ

Posted on behalf of Lyndsey Jenkins (Research Student at Edinburgh Napier University):

iDocQ is the annual doctoral colloquium for students studying for PhDs in Information Science and other related disciplines. The conference is organised by a committee of students undertaking PhD’s funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, delivered through the Scottish Graduate School of Social Sciences (currently the ESRC-funded Information Science Pathway). The four institutions involved are Edinburgh Napier University, The University of Strathclyde, The University of Glasgow and Robert Gordon University. This year, one student from each institution is part of the student committee.

This year, iDocQ will be held at The University of Strathclyde on June 23rd 2016.

Now in its sixth year, the iDocQ programme for 2016 includes:

  • a keynote presentation from an information science specialist on career pathways and current research
  • break-out sessions on choosing the right methodology, how to gain research impact, publishing and its benefits and how to maintain good time management within the PhD process
  • opportunities for delegates to present their own research in 20×20 (PechaKucha 20×20) format
  • a question and answer session from a panel of experts

Registration for iDocQ is open to all students studying for a PhD in Information Science or related discipline (regardless of their home institution). Registration is FREE to for all students based in Scotland and the website gives information on who to contact if you are based outside of Scotland but still wish to attend.

Delegates are asked to register no later than 5pm Friday June 10th.

This is a great training and development opportunity for delegates to present their own work (through a 20×20 presentation style format) as well as meet peers from other institutions.

Please see the ‘Call for Papers’ section on the iDocQ 2016 website for more information on what is expected and important submission requirements.

If you would like to submit a presentation, please submit your abstract (around 250 words) and keywords via email to idocq2016@gmail.com. Once delegates are notified of acceptance, submission of the full 20×20 presentation must be made through EasyChair by following this link to the submission website (new users will have to register first).

There will also be a prize for the best presentation.

Some important dates:

  • Abstract submission deadline: Friday May 13th 2016.
  • Notification of acceptance: Friday May 20th 2016.
  • Full presentation deadline: Friday June 10th 2016.
  • Registration deadline Friday 10th June 2016.

For more information on iDocQ 2016, the iDocQ website is a great place to start. Any questions can be directed to idocq2016@gmail.com and one of the student representatives will answer any queries you have. You can also follow iDocQ 2016 on twitter at @iDocQ.

We look forward to welcoming you all to the event.

Information Science Scotland: advanced training for PhD students April 2016

Information Science Scotland, the partnership of the four Scottish universities that support research students within the ESRC Scottish Graduate School of Social Science Information Science Pathway (Edinburgh Napier, Glasgow, Strathclyde, and Robert Gordon), is hosting a two-day training event on April 12th and 13th 2016. The venue is the Sighthill campus of Edinburgh Napier University, which has good transport links to the rest of the city by tram, bus and train.

The event is being run in collaboration with two leading academics from the Department of Archive and Library Science at Ionian University, Corfu in Greece: Dr Petros Kostagiolas and Dr Christina Banou. It is funded by the ESRC Scottish Graduate School of Social Science, through which bookings can be made. It is offered free of charge to all PhD students registered at Scottish universities. Students based at Scottish universities beyond Edinburgh are also entitled to claim expenses related to attendance at this event.

The sessions will be of interest to research students in Information Science and related disciplines who are keen develop their expertise in: the development and application of research frameworks; research impact and evaluation; conducting research in organisational contexts; techniques for research in information retrieval and archives; and publishing.

For more information please see Hazel Hall’s blog post at: http://hazelhall.org/2016/03/07/information-science-scotland-advanced-training-for-phd-students-april-2016/

If you are a PhD student based at a university outside Scotland and would like to attend this event, contact Hazel at h.hall@napier.ac.uk. 

Opportunities to embark on PhD study in 2016: four funded places within the School of Computing at Edinburgh Napier University

Posted on behalf of Hazel Hall.

The School of Computing at Edinburgh Napier University is currently advertising four funded research studentships. Applications are due by Friday 15th January 2016, interviews for the places will take place in February 2016, and the four successful candidates will join us at a mutually convenient time in the first or second quarter of 2016 (i.e. a date prior to the end of June 2016).

On this occasion applications are sought in twelve specific areas. Those of us within the Centre for Social Informatics are particularly interested in receiving applications on two themes: (1) information systems for organisational effectiveness; and (2) digital media for cultural engagement.

For the first theme noted above proposals are invited from candidates keen to undertake experimental research on user interaction and satisfaction with information systems/technology. Examples include studies of the use of systems/technology for knowledge discovery or decision making, and the use of technology makerspaces for innovation and creative activity. Proposals on the second theme – widening cultural engagement through the use of digital media – should focus on exploring how innovative technologies allow citizens to engage with cultural resources in new ways.

If you are interested in applying for one of these studentships please send the 4 following files to researchdegrees@napier.ac.uk by Friday 15th January 2016:

  1. A completed application form
  2. A completed research academic reference form with the names and contact details of two referees
  3. A research proposal on one of the named topic areas listed in the call for applications. Your proposal should demonstrate an understanding of the background to the research area, outline the research questions to be investigated in the proposed study, and make it clear how this work will fit with the research profile of the School. (In the case of the two research themes discussed above, the fit with the work of the Centre for Social Informatics should also be taken into consideration.)
  4. A covering letter that gives details of your background, qualifications and research interests

International students are welcome to apply. All successful candidates will be fully funded (with a living stipend of £13,863, and fees paid).

Applications invited for ESRC Scottish Graduate School of Social Science Doctoral Training Centre studentship competition 2016

Posted on behalf of Hazel Hall.

The Information Science Pathway of the ESRC Scottish Graduate School of Social Science Doctoral Training Centre (SGSSS-DTC) is currently inviting applications for this year’s studentship competition.

Academic staff at each of the pathway member institutions – including those within the Centre for Social Informatics at Edinburgh Napier University – would be pleased to hear from eligible candidates who would like to apply for a PhD place under this scheme. Applications are due for submission to the SGSSS-DTC by Wednesday 17th February (explained below). However, initial contact regarding this opportunity must be made by Monday 11th January 2016.

Applicant interests should align with the focus of the Information Science pathway research. This places emphasis on the relationship between the use of information and societal development within the broader context of the ESRC SGSSS-DTC. The key areas of interests of the Information Science pathway are:

  • The social and economic impact of information
  • The legal and regulatory context for the collection and use of information
  • The technologies for the management of information
  • Information policy and strategy
  • Information behaviour and use
  • Library and information management

Applicants should meet the following requirements:

  1. Hold a good first degree (first class or 2.1).
  2. Hold a Masters degree in a social science subject that includes significant coverage of qualitative and quantitative research methods (at least 60 credits of appropriate research methods training), or be on target to complete such a Masters degree before the start of the academic year 2016/17.
  3. Be a United Kingdom citizen, or be a resident of another European Union country.
  4. Submit a research proposal that aligns with the key areas of interest of (a) the Information Science Pathway, and (b) the institution to which the application is being made.

Further details on these requirements can be found on the eligibility page of the Scottish Graduate School of Social Science web site.

The pathway partner institutions would be particularly interested in hearing from applicants who hold (or who are working towards) Masters degrees in subjects such as Information Science; Information Management; Information Studies; Information Systems; Knowledge Management; Records Management; and Science, Technology and Innovation Studies.

If you are interested in making an application for a studentship under this scheme at Edinburgh Napier University, you should make initial contact with me (Professor Hazel Hall– h.hall@napier.ac.uk) by Monday 11th January 2016 (or preferably sooner) to check your eligibility to apply. We will then arrange a telephone or Skype call to discuss research proposal ideas, and potential supervision arrangements at Edinburgh Napier. (Possible supervisors include my immediate colleagues in the Centre for Social Informatics such as Dr Laura MuirDr Colin SmithDr Gemma Webster and Peter Cruickshank.) This conversation will also provide an opportunity to discuss in further detail the application process.

LISDIS Conference – University of Huddersfield, 14th November 2015

This is a guest blog post from the organisers of LISDIS (Library and Information Science Dissertations Conference). BAILER was one of the sponsors for the conference which was held at University of Huddersfield on 14th November 2015.  

LISDIS organisers - Rosie Higman, Jess Haigh, Emily Wheeler and Michelle Bond
LISDIS 2015 organisers – Rosie Higman, Jess Haigh, Emily Wheeler and Michelle Bond

LISDIS (Library and Information Science Dissertations Conference) was born from the realisation that much dissertation research goes nowhere once the dissertation is complete. Some will turn into research articles, some will develop into PhDs; some will be used to inform practice in workplaces across the world. But many languish on laptop hard drives; forgotten in the excitement of graduation, free time and perhaps a first professional post. The idea of the conference was to try and promote these dissertations, give them new life by exposing them to the world and help connect research with professionals, people working in the field.

Sarah Hume at LISDIS 2015
Sarah Hume at LISDIS 2015

The day was organised into 5 sessions – 9 dissertation speakers, a poster session, and our keynote, Emma Coonan, speaking about publishing dissertation research as a journal article. The first session was titled ‘Collections and discovery’ and featured 3 presentations from UCL graduates Sarah Hume, Lizzie Sparrow and Lucy Saint-Smith. The session covered classification, discovery layers and historical bibliography – immediately showcasing how diverse dissertation research is! A theme started to emerge from the first session – women and how they have been marginalised (specifically here as book collectors and in classification schemes).

Our second session was themed around ‘Public Libraries and the Community’, kicking off with Ian Clark discussing whether community libraries address the concerns of the digital divide. In many ways the issues that Ian discussed – the divide between community libraries in well off vs disadvantaged areas, the deprofessionalisation of public library staff – are the prelude to discussions about what else happens in public libraries – the ability to select relevant stock being one that was discussed in the following two presentations, from Alanna and Martyn.

Emma Coonan at LISDIS
Emma Coonan at LISDIS 2015

Emma Coonan’s session was perhaps one of the most popular and immediately useful of the day for our delegates. Called ‘Publication without tears: Tips for aspiring authors’, she demystified the process of submitting an article for publication – from reminding us that there are humans behind the journal to explaining the peer review process. Emma also explained how you can produce multiple articles from the same research – discussing methodology, results or “beloved darlings” – parts of your research that were great, but wouldn’t fit into a dissertation. As well as emphasising that journal articles aren’t the only way of communicating research, in response to a question from the floor Emma encouraged LIS academics to discuss extending the life of their research, including journal articles, with the students they supervise.

Natasha Chowdory at LISDIS 2015
Natasha Chowdory at LISDIS 2015

Our last session focussed on “Valuing the Library”, kicked off by an excellent talk from Natasha Chowdory about measuring value in her corporate library. Throughout this session a picture emerged of the importance of libraries and how much they are valued by users; whether they’re students paying increased tuition fees, or civilians in war zones working to save their cultural history. Whilst value isn’t always easy to communicate to users or people in charge, the work done day-to-day by library workers is appreciated.

Overall we were incredibly pleased with the day and particularly how confident and interesting all our presenters were. All of the slides from the day are linked to from our website: http://lisdisconference.com

We hope to run LISDIS again next year so will be looking out for the next crop of talented LIS grads to share their research with us!

Photo credits: All photos are credited to Laura Williams. 

iDocQ 2015: Fifth Information Science Doctoral Colloquium

iDocQ 2015: Fifth Information Science Doctoral Colloquium

Monday 22 June 2015

Robert Gordon University (Aberdeen Business School)

Since 2011 the partner universities of the ESRC Scottish Graduate School of Social Science information science pathway have hosted an annual doctoral colloquium (iDocQ). This is aimed at students studying for PhDs in information science and other related disciplines. Attendance is free of charge (including refreshments).

This year’s event (the fifth in the series) takes place on Monday 22nd June 2015 at Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen. The event is suitable for doctoral students at all stages of their studies and will offer attendees the opportunity to showcase their work to leading academics, researchers and other doctoral candidates.

The 2015 programme will include:

  • A keynote presentation
  • One Minute Madness presentations – with a prize for the best
  • Break-out sessions for different stages of the doctoral journey
  • Question Time, where a panel will answer a wide range of questions around PhDs submitted anonymously by the student delegates

Further Information

The main contact address for the event is idocq2015@gmail.com. Contact details for the individual committee members are listed on the web site for this year’s event, which can be found at: https://idocq.wordpress.com/

Registration

To register for the event, please go to Eventbrite: https://idocq2015.eventbrite.co.uk.

Stay on for the i3 conference!

A number of delegates already registered for iDocQ are staying on in Aberdeen for the remainder of the week for the Information: Interactions and Impact (i3) conference (http://www.rgu.ac.uk/research/conferences/i-2015), for which there is a discounted student rate.