Author: diane@golay

(Failing to) bridge the gap between research and practice: the case of HCI

I am currently in Dublin on an EIT Health Summer school (my first Summer school ever!). This morning, it was Jan Gulliksen's turn to hold a presentation for [...]

Interactive seminar on the ethical handling of research data

Last Monday, I held a seminar on the ethical handling of research data for my colleagues at my division. I prepared the seminar as the examination for a [...]

Participant observation: two lessons learned from my first steps out in the field

Since the beginning of my PhD education, I got the opportunity to go out "in the field" three times. In my case, the "field" is to be understood as a hospital [...]

I wish I were better at… managing my time

Before I started my PhD studies, I used to feel quite good about my time management skills. So good in fact that I would name those skills when asked about my [...]

How to engage students in and outside the classroom: a memo

Yesterday, I attended a three-hour crash course on student-active teaching organized by my faculty's council for educational development. Having been [...]

Welcome to my academic blog!

Only a few days after I moved to the current office of the HTO research group at Uppsala University, one of my colleagues advised to me to start writing a [...]