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Clare Wilkinson and Emma Weitkamp

examples The Centre for Digital Storytelling provides a number of examples of digital stories produced through its workshops. http://storycenter.org/ Capturing Wales: BBC Wales has produced a number of digital stories with people from Wales. The archived website also includes resources for producing digital stories. www.bbc.co.uk/wales/audiovideo/sites/galleries/pages/digitalstorytelling.shtml The Are You Happy Project combines elements of digital storytelling and professional filmmaking. This project asks people around the world ‘Are

in Creative research communication
Clare Wilkinson and Emma Weitkamp

Galaxy Zoo team (which is based in the United States) note that they had large increases in volunteers signing up from the UK following a BBC report on the project, highlighting the importance of publicity for recruitment internationally. In terms of motivations to participate in citizen science projects, Dunn and Hedges ( 2013 ), exploring humanities research, noted personal and altruistic, as well as intrinsic and extrinsic, motivations for participation. Raddick et al. ( 2013 ) found that identification with the project goals and interest in scientific

in Creative research communication
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Clare Wilkinson and Emma Weitkamp

students. As an individual researcher, you can either create a regular Facebook page (as physicist and BBC presenter Jim Al-Khalili has done) where you have friends with whom you interact or create an organisation page that allows you to have followers or fans, such as the page created by physicist and BBC presenter Professor Brian Cox. Social networks tend to be high on both self-presentation/disclosure and media richness. As many of these sites are used primarily for social (non-work) interaction, there is an expectation that individuals will engage in a

in Creative research communication
Andrew Balmer and Anne Murcott

whether this final section is just a bit of a refresher or has set out things you were only half sure about, you will find that reminding yourself of these very basic features of sentence construction, of the distinction between colons and semi-colons and keeping the number of commas you use in check will make your writing life a lot smoother. 1 These examples were played for laughs on BBC Radio 4’s The News Quiz , respectively: series 87, episode 2, Friday 12 June 2015; series 87, episode 2, Friday 22 May 2015; series 87, episode 2, Friday 30 May 2015

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