building your ethnography

How might you represent your work? The key criteria are that your micro-ethnography should be online somewhere, and should feed into your lifestream. You might choose to:

Unlike with the visual artefact at the end of block 1 you are likely to need to include at least some textual material for this piece of work.

Please post a comment here to let everyone know where your ethnographic representation is – tweet it too!



18 Responses to “building your ethnography”


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    I’ve linked my ethnography from my blog (http://edc.education.ed.ac.uk/marting/2010/10/31/w7_virtual-ethnography/) through to Vuvox, happy reading :)


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    [...] you can post a comment to the Building your ethnography page to say where your ethnography is, that’d be great, as I have a hunch they are going to [...]


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    Just posted my v-ethnography to my lifestream

    http://edc.education.ed.ac.uk/dennisd/


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    Mine is available in a few different places.

    Tumblr (actual Prezi): http://michaelseangallagher.tumblr.com/
    Blog (recording of Prezi): http://edc.education.ed.ac.uk/michaelg/

    Thanks everyone!

  5. Noreen Dunnett Says:

      

    My ethnography can be accessed from the image link on my blog page here. Comments can be left on the blog page as well. Thanks.

    http://edc.education.ed.ac.uk/noreend/2010/11/02/virtual-ethnography-the-communication-and-culture-network/

  6. Mark Garratt Says:

      

    Here is mine,

    http://edc.education.ed.ac.uk/markg/marks-online-ethnography/

    I have added it as a new page within the EDC main blog.

    Regards, Mark


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    Mark,

    Where do comments go?


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    http://edc.education.ed.ac.uk/sueg/ethnography

    Here is my ethnography. Looking forward to seeing everyone else’s work.


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    Ah – tweeted mine last night but forgot to post here – sorry folks :)

    http://prezi.com/qdyejvxqnije/as-if-by-magic/


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    Finally, here’s my study. There’s a button/link underneath the study to take you to my blog in case you want to comment.

    http://s0900191ethnography.weebly.com/

    James

  11. Hugh O'Donnell Says:

      

    (Sorry that it took so long)

    Find my study at:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CAbSkRHpL4

  12. Hugh O'Donnell Says:

      

    (just in case Youtube processing takes longer than expected, it can also be found here: http://www.bluetanso.com/ededc10/HOD-EDEDC10-COD.wmv)

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  14. Alison Johnson Says:

      

    Hi digital ethnography posted to twitter and my digital cultures blog – please leave any comments on my blog

    http://edc.education.ed.ac.uk/alisonj/2010/11/04/fail-whale-community-ethnography/

    ta
    Ali


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    Hi

    The following archive of blog posts serves as my micro-ethnography:

    http://edc.education.ed.ac.uk/jeremyk/category/ethnography/flash-mob-ethnography/

  16. Linda Matthews Says:

      

    My ethnography can be found as a page in my blog. It contains links (I’m getting brave) one of which is to Prezi. I would appreciate it if you would let me know if the links work. I’ve tested and it is ok, but I would really appreciate some confirmation.

    I would be grateful if any comments could be left as a comment on the blog page. Thank you and I look forward to reading your work.
    Linda

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  18. Sindhu Radhakrishnan Says:

      

    Follow this link for my microethnography.
    http://www.slideshare.net/isleworth/is-mashable-an-online-community