On behalf of Dr Scott Mc Laughlin, PRAG-UK are asking for your participation to the ongoing effort to better understand how “arts-practitioners in academia”* document their research . We would be grateful if you could please take a few minutes to fill out this short survey – https://goo.gl/forms/UxIbNWqWuHbxrqYX2.
Documentation is personal as it is varied. It might mean the snippets we capture at the moment, squirrelled away to later use to reveal aspects of the research process/context that the work itself obscures; whether for REF, or a journal article, or a personal blog. Equally, documentation can be the time/resource-intensive process of tracking the operation of work from start to finish and onwards.
The point of this survey is to reveal as much variation in approach as possible. With enough responses, this may allow us to build a more substantial research project on this in future. Ultimately, I hope that this will be useful to begin capturing a better sense of what UK Practice Research looks like.
The survey is anonymous and asks for no identifying information. There are only six questions so it really shouldn’t take long; though if you have strong opinions on this topic, then there’s room for that response also.
*both terms should be taken in the broadest sense possible, the point is not to exclude any discipline/practice or level of time-commitment to your institution.