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It seems to be the done thing these days to have a webpage about your research project.
In fact, I think it’s fair to say that it’s considered an increasingly essential part of research engagement and dissemination, and – really – it is so easy to set something up these days.
Well…yes and no. (Stay with me, I’m a humanities scholar and that’s how we answer everything)
I had a great chat recently with a researcher who was wanting to set up an online presence for his project. Part of the task of this presence was to recruit subjects for his PhD study.
It was a valuable conversation for him (or so he tells me…!) and also for me, because it clarified our perceptions of what was necessary, good, and ideal.
What I’m talking about in this post isn’t focused on what specific funding bodies…
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