๐Ÿ“‘ Doing my research work is like walking a city. How would you walk this city?

Bookmarked Doing my research work is like walking a city. How would you walk this city? by Dr. Naomi Barnes (EduResearch Matters)
If you were to walk to the top of the tallest tower and look down on the network of roads and people, it might look planned, straight, considered. Plenty of people have taken that path and many know where to go. You can tell by the structures. But when you get down to ground level, the steps people are taking are not all in unison. They wander, stop, turn around, bump into things.
Naomi Barnes reflects on walking around cities, irruptions and the way in which we shape our research and our research then shapes us. This was an interesting read in light of Ian Guest’s reflections on flรขnography and his description of riches.

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