20 Nov 2023 13:00–17:00 Milstein Seminar Room, University Library


Convenor: Emily Quin (CDH Methods Fellow)

This Methods Workshop explores primary data collection using digital and online qualitative methods. Teaching methods for detailed assessment of the suitability of online platforms for the collection of research data. Considering not only general ethical issues, privacy, encryption, terms and conditions but also inclusivity for neurodivergent and vulnerable participants.

Target audience: CDH Methods sessions are open to the University of Cambridge staff and graduate students who want to learn and apply digital methods and use digital tools in their research, these sessions may be of particular interest to:

  • PhD students in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Early Career Researchers in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Other Cambridge students and staff welcome

About the convenor: Emily is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Jerry Lee Centre for Experimental Criminology supervised by Dr Matthew Bland and Professor Barak Ariel. She specialises in policing: organisational behaviour, decision-making, and ethics. Emily is a former employee of the College of Policing where she worked in research and ‘Authorised Professional Practice’ within Forensics, Organised Crime, and Criminal Investigation.

She holds a BA(Hons) in Social Sciences; a PGCE; and an MA in Philosophy with a dissertation in Criminological Ethics for which she received a Distinction. Emily’s research is entitled ‘The Copper’s Nose’ Project and is funded by the ESRC

Cambridge Digital Humanities

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