Exploring How Technology Enhances Inclusion and Participation in Humanities Research – Dr Anna Khlusova, Kings College London
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‘Public Engagement in the Digital Environment: Opportunities and Challenges for Arts and Humanities Researchers’. Available at www.kcl.ac.uk/research/public-engagement-in-the-digital-environment
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About this episode
Digital technology can open up interesting possibilities for research, by enabling new public engagement initiatives and allowing researchers to easily reach out to countless individuals worldwide. Dr Anna Khlusova at Kings College London recently carried out a study commissioned by the Arts and Humanities Research Institute, investigating the impact of digitalisation on public engagement in humanities research. As part of her study, she analysed data gathered during three online initiatives, which were designed to promote public participation in research.
Meet the researcher
Dr Anna Khlusova
Lecturer in Culture, Media & Creative Industries Education
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