Current projects

2016 Whyte Fund supported projects

Applicant Activity
Funding granted to research students
Mr Greg Rolan Doctoral research:
  1. Field research comprising interviews with academic and industry practitioner: 30 June – 6 July, 2016
  2. Attendance and participation at the Archival Education and Research Institute at Kent State University, Ohio, USA – July 8 – 12, 2016
Mrs Narissa Timbery

Participation in the Archival Education Research Institute, Kent State University, Ohio – 8th to 12th July 2016.

Presenting a paper about research journey so far.

Ms Linlin Zhao
  • Complete and submit a CIRN 2016 conference paper
  • Complete a journal paper based on feedback received at CIRN 2015 and the interviews conducted in Europe in December 2015.
  • Present the paper Inside out: managing ethical dilemmas with autoethnography in insider participatory research at the CIRN 2016.
  • November 2016 – Present the current development of my PhD research at the CIRN 2016 PhD Colloquium and poster session.
Mrs Belinda Battley

To engage with a range of academics and practitioners at the following events:

  • Community Informatics Research Network (CIRN) meeting at the Monash Centre, Prato, Italy, 2-4 November 2016
  • Conference and School on authority, provenance, authenticity, evidence (APAE) – Zadar, Croatia, 25-28 October 2016
Ms Katherine Johanna Jarvie

Research project to investigate the unique needs of animal rights activist groups in terms of recordkeeping and transformed appraisal practices. Activities include:

  1. Field research comprising interviews with academic colleagues in Liverpool with close personal and professional ties to activist archiving, relevant scholarly publications and animal rights organisations.
  2. Attendance and participation at the Community Informatics Research Network 2016 at Monash Prato entitled “Engaging with Participation, Activism, and Technologies”.