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4th Graduate Digital Research Fellow Symposium 2019

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Sir Llew Edwards building (14) Room 116

Corner University Drive & Campbell Road, St Lucia Queensland 4067

Brisbane, QLD 4067

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4th Symposium organized by the Graduate Digital Research Fellows, University of Queensland.

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10.00 Introduction

10.10-10.30 Joyce Shek

PhD (c) School of Social Science

Join the dots: Seeing relationships in a sea of digital piracy court cases

This project explores how the Australian Copyright Law 1968 applies to digital piracy. It demonstrates how prominent civil court cases cite other copyright and non-copyright cases and set precedence when interpreting copyright infringement in the Australian court system. The network analysis also shows that there is a reliance on judgements from other countries in the Australian court, such as the UK ad US.

10.30-10.50 Jenniffer Garcia

Occupational Therapist, PhD (c) School of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences

Building a digital bridge to close the gap for Occupational Therapists in Latin American countries

This project aims to develop an online service (website) that offer access to updated professional knowledge for Latin American occupational therapists. The contents of the website will support the delivery of online training and will connect the Spanish speaking community of Occupational therapists with the global community within the discipline. The use of digital contents will facilitate community-engagement, which will be crucial to support clinical practice and enhance the quality of services provided for people with disabilities in Latin America.

10.50-11.10 Louise Martin-Chew

Art Writer, PhD, School of Communication and Arts

Aboriginal Art, Fiona Foley, Fraser Island & the Digital Humanities: Can digital tools transform national narratives?

Louise has embarked on the Graduate Digital Research Fellowship to investigate how digital tools might impact story, drawing on her biography of Aboriginal artist Fiona Foley. She has developed a concept for an exhibition with digital artefacts to engage non-art audiences to understand the power of art within an Aboriginal understanding of Country, specifically Foley's Country of Fraser Island/K'gari.

11.10-11.30 Break

11.30-11.50 Aparna Gopal

Architect, PhD (c) The School of Architecture

Social Housing and Energy Poverty: Experiences of Indigenous and non-Indigenous residents in Ipswich, Queensland – Australia

This project focusses on de-identifying research data to ensure and protect the privacy of research participants. This project comprises an important part of Aparna’s PHD research on social housing and energy poverty. Her research is primarily based on interviewing residents in social housing – both in public spaces and by visiting their homes. This translates to research responsibility in ensuring privacy of all research participants. Discussed in the talk, will be Aparna’s journey in creating various de-identifying techniques and markers to achieve this goal.

11.50-12.10 Maria Ejlertsen

PGCE, MSc, BSc (Honours), PhD (c) The School of Education

Using digital media to engage research audiences with visual and textual data in interactive and meaningful ways

This project uses online digital media to present visual and textual data in ways that allow audiences to interact with and relate to the research data upfront. The data is drawn from a research project with a school for boys who have been marginalised from mainstream schooling due to non-conforming behaviours. The boys took photos of things and places that matters to their sense of belonging in school and talked with Maria about why they chose particular images. In the presentation Maria will discuss the drivers and rationale behind the project, as well as reflect on the steps involved, and skills gained, through the process of developing the project.

12.10-12.30 Ruihua Yin

PhD (c) School of Languages and Culture

Cross-linguistic Phonotactics: Implications for the Sonority Sequencing Principle

12.30-12.40 Dilrabo Tosheva

PhD (c) School of Architecture

The mausoleum building tradition of Central Asia in the 9th–14th centuries and its political, social and economic context

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