Category Archives: Project Diary

What are community councils doing online in Scotland

Over the summer, I have been working with a volunteer intern Bruce Ryan carrying out an update of a study carried out 2004-2006 which investigated how technology could be developed to help regenerate democracy at the local community level. We’re getting to the data analysis and report drafting stage, so now seems a good idea to start sharing our progress. Continue reading

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Case study/interview methodology

Some progress! I’ve found a couple of books that I think will help me with the case study-based approach that I think will be best for the work I want to do: Qualitative interviewing: the art of hearing data. Rubin … Continue reading

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Update to opensource bibliography

A quick update: I’ve added a link to a BibText version of my opensource bibliography  here.

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Online open source bibliography at University of Brandenburg

Just added to the bibliography links page is the University of Brandenberg’s Open-Source Software and Innovation Bibliography an extensive, searchable database in German and English, with Bibtex export feature, developed as part of the INNODES project. It was recommended by … Continue reading

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Update to bibliography links

I did another Google on ‘open source bibliography’ and found this via Bob Sutor’s Open Blog: Flashline Inc’s OSS Blibliography A wiki with links to relevant online articles – ie not a true academic bibliography, but useful nevertheless. Has a … Continue reading

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