[Air-L] Agile/Extreme/Lean methods for academic researc

Anders Sundnes Løvlie anders.lovlie at hig.no
Thu Feb 20 01:40:03 PST 2014

I sketched a model for "Agile Media Design Research" in my PhD 


This is in the context of humanities-based media research, so it is 
focused on design as a hermeneutic process that can inform research, not 
so much on project management.

Anders Sundnes Løvlie
Associate professor, Gjøvik University College

On 20.02.14 00:00, air-l-request at listserv.aoir.org wrote:
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> Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2014 11:32:34 +0100
> From: Antoine Mazieres <antoine.mazieres at gmail.com>
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> Subject: [Air-L] Agile/Extreme/Lean methods for academic research
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> Dear all,
> Startups I've been enjoying quite a lot of literature on how to handle
> project, ideas, development, thinking, etc, with theories such as Extreme,
> Agile, Lean, etc. All dating of less than 10 years.
> I was looking around for similar literature on academic research and
> project, and couldn't find anything modern, socially-aware (eg. connected)
> and relevant, making links between doing, thinking, envisioning, writing
> and more.
> I am thinking of the project management, hardware/software/experimentation
> development needed in the research processes, refactoring of collaborative
> writings, project design, time management, etc.
> Does someone have seen some initiative, publication, blog about this topic ?
> Thanks !
> Antoine Mazi?res
> http://mazier.es/

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