We investigate how people experience the digital in everyday life
By researching from the ground up we bring fresh insight to a constantly changing world
DERC's research of COVID-19 continues to surge ahead
Despite lockdowns, DERC researchers continue to reach across the street and around the world to provide in-depth digital ethnographic studies of the social impact of COVID.
DERC launches rapid research response to COVID-19 in April 2020
More than 150 artists, activists, and social researchers responded. They are now building a series of essays, articles, and artworks to convey the lived impact of COVID-19 moment.
DERC researchers call for participation in a study of 'the shut in worker' during COVID
Working from home? DERC is interviewing people to study how working from home has impacted life, labour, and domestic routines.
We investigate how people experience the digital in everyday life
By researching from the ground up we bring fresh insight to a constantly changing world
DERC launches rapid research response to COVID-19 in April 2020
More than 150 artists, activists, and social researchers responded. They are now building a series of essays, articles, and artworks to convey the lived impact of COVID-19 moment.
DERC's research of COVID-19 continues to surge ahead
Despite lockdowns, DERC researchers continue to reach across the street and around the world to provide in-depth digital ethnographic studies of the social impact of COVID.
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This Friday at 9:30 am AUS EST @annettemarkham and @MarissaWillcox will go live on the DERC Instagram for a #DERC30 min interview to talk about Annette’s research & #digitalethnography amid #covid19. Start your Friday off with a coffee/chat about methods, ethics, algorithms etc

We’ve started this new series in #lockdown called #MUSINGS. Fortnightly, the #DERCfam gets together to ‘muse’ digitally on teams about how we came to be the researchers we are. What drives our research inquiry? This week we heard from @ElinorRennie on all things media/inclusion

Hey DERC meet another member of the #DERCfam. Divya Garg is a PhD candidate in the School of Media and Communication, RMIT University, Melbourne. She is researching Marvel fandom, global fan cultures and experiences… https://www.instagram.com/p/CDvKPk2j7YF/?igshid=n5g48r9ruia3

If you’d like a small taste of our new book, Digital Domesticity, #OUP are providing access for a limited to time to one chapter. Available here: https://bit.ly/3kxFfKo @jennykennedy @nansenb

DERC’s Jaz Choi is giving an invited talk on the theme of “agentic futures” on Community Transmissions, an online residency for live artists based in Australia, which aims to explore ideas arising from, and… https://www.instagram.com/p/CDukCufD5AE/?igshid=1a01a9buxlfa4

Meet another one of DERC’s fabulous HDRS! Klare Lanson is a writer, poet, sound artist and performance maker who has worked extensively in the arts since the early 1990s. She is a creative practice PhD candidate at… https://www.instagram.com/p/CDujNQNjqLI/?igshid=1k7nhmrrzdywg

DERC's @catgomes10 has co-authored an article with @jolynnasinanan 'Everybody needs friends' looks at the emotional significance of #friends for #internationalstudents in #Melbourne & #Singapore.
#digitalmedia #transnational #internationaleducation
http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/1367877920922249?journalCode=icsa

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