Digi-Doc Blog

The Digi-Doc blog features contributions from academic experts and project partners involved in the Digital Doctorate Training Hub project. Learn more about what it's like to work and study for a research degree, and how the Digi-Doc project aims to provide training for students and supervisors in multiple contexts. 

Digital Doctorate vlog #1: working while studying for a research degree

DigiDoc vlogs highlight the experiences of lecturers working full-time whilst studying an EdDoc or PhD programme. They form part of the DigiDoc project's Knowledge Exchange phase which will support the development of an international 'digital doctorate'.

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Sharing experiences using symbolic objects: ‘Carrier Bag Theory of Stories’ and the doctoral journey.

 A reflection on how Ursula Le Guin’s ‘Carrier Bag’ approach to storytelling was used in an introductory workshop of th...

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Cartographies, Canons and Collaborations

This blog reflects on a collaborative ‘conceptual mapping’ activity carried out as part of the Digital Doctoral Traini...

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Developing Research Skills: Commitment, Collaboration, and Communities of Practice

This blog explores the enhancement of research in academic institutions by considering the Professional Education Doct...

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Dangerous Corners

We all have our own reasons for starting a course, alongside consideration of its accompanying assumptions; but be pre...

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One Year in: My Ed.D Journey So Far and Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

A blog based on my experiences of embarking on a Professional Doctorate in Education at Birmingham City University and ...

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