Research Persona as Digital Method
Carina Albrecht, Elena Aversa, Kath Bassett, Liliana Bounegru, Wendy Chun, Nayana Dhavan, Adam Ferron, Jonathan Gray, Anne Helmond, Ben Hunter, Daniel Joseph, Ioana Jucan, Alexandra Juhasz, Ganaele Langlois, Lieke Rademakers, Noemi Schiavi, Julia Scott, Linan Tang, Kim van Ruiven, Fernando van der Vlist, Esther Weltevrede, Yixiu Wu, Chris Young, Alice Ziantoni, Bruno Zilli.
Summary of Key Findings
Briefly describe your most significant findings.
Introduce the subject matter, and why it is compelling / significant.
2. Initial Data Sets
List and describe your data sets.
3. Research Questions
Clearly state your research questions and any hypotheses / expectations.
Explain your methodology / approach.
Describe your findings. Consider any counter-intuitive findings.
Discuss and interpret the implications of your findings and make recommendations for future research and application, be it societal, academic or technical (or some combination).
Present a summary of what you have found, and its significance.
List your references in a standard academic bibliographic format.