Join our Digital Conversation about multimedia PhD research

Katherina Manolessou, PhD student

Final few tickets available for this free event with a great panel of PhD and early career researchers

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Are you conducting or do you have an interest in academic research? 

Are you aware of the growing trend towards non-text and multimedia research outputs being submitted with digital theses? If so, you might be interested in coming to the British Library for a free evening event, hosted by the Library's Digital Research Team and EThOS the national database of UK doctoral theses. The event will take place on Thursday 29 September 2016, from 18.00 to 20.00. 

This Digital Conversation event explores the issues faced by PhD researchers producing innovative work but struggling to get that work into the thesis format. Speakers will share their experiences working in cutting edge research practices. 

We are delighted that Coral Manton is chairing the evening. Coral is a PhD candidate, part of the i-DAT research and design collective at Plymouth University. Her research is funded by AHRC through the 3D3 Consortium. Coral's research brings together her professional background in museums and immersive digital arts background.

To find out more and book your place, read our Digital Scholarship blog now.