Historical / Archival Research (+FOIA) * Cartographic Methods * Curation as Research
* Fieldwork * Design Research * Interviews * Pedagogical Methods * User Testing
- Review Burrington’s work from March 5.
- Michael Rubenstein, “Does New York Know?: A Review of Ingrid Burrington’s Networks of New York: An Illustrated Field Guide to Urban Internet Infrastructure,” Politics / Letters (November 25, 2016).
- Read Burrington’s abstract for “Internet Groundtruth,” which she presented at csv,conf,v1, Berlin, July 2014.
- Review our February 26 readings related to historical/archival, cartographic, curatorial, and design research methods; and skim through some of our toolkits on these same topics, as well as those addressing fieldwork and interviews.
- Annette Markham reminds us of the value of mixing methods, as Burrington does: see Markham, “Bricolage: A Keyword in Remix Studies,” Annette Markham (January 4, 2017).
At the end of class, we’ll address any remaining questions regarding your Progress Reports.