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This workshop will deal with some of the challenges and issues involved with documenting and archiving practice research. Some of the questions this panel will aim to address include:
- How can we ensure that practice research is fully searchable and visible in the public domain?
- Are university repositories able to host the research findings of practice research projects run within, or in collaboration with, universities in the UK?
- What kinds of practices can we design and share that allow for the most effective and efficient means of sharing the research findings of work in this area?
- How do we consider the ways in which disciplinary differences warrant different considerations in devising systems (technological or otherwise) for archiving and disseminating practice research?
- Chair: Professor Mark d’Inverno, Goldsmiths, University of London
- Professor Oriana Baddeley, Former Dean of Research, University of the Arts London
- Dr Lauren Redhead, Senion Lecturer in Music, Goldsmiths, University of London
- Professor Bambo Soyinka, Professor of Story, Bath Spa University
- Dr Scott McLaughlin, Lecturer in Composition and Music Technology, Leeds University
- Dr James Bulley, artist and composer, co-author of Bulley-Şahin reports on practice research for Research England (2021)