This interdisciplinary collaboration brought together our research in mobile tool development and critical data literacies, alongside the Tactical Tech Collective. The aim was to empower data publics by asking the following questions:
1. How is Tactical Tech mobilising the workshop as an interdisciplinary tool to study the material environment of social big data? How can this then be harnessed by humanities researchers for greater impact and engagement?
2. How can we leverage the results of previous research to engage new audiences beyond the classroom and the academic workshop?
3. How can the methodology inform the development of new collaborative spaces to facilitate innovative humanities research that can engage the general public, augmenting knowledge exchanges between experts and non-experts?
Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) UK
Year Project Started:
Mark Coté and Tobias Blanke
King's College London
(e.g type 1000 for 1,000)