I'm not sure if this is my breath or yours, or somebody else's and I'm not sure that it matters.

The module participants were Alex Simonics, Gary Byrne, Kate O'Connor, Laura Holmes, Liam Devine, and Shane Caldwell. Module led by Valerie Connor. Published online to make undergraduate research in education more publicly accessible.

Practical research was supported by Tom Maher, librarian and curator of the Forgotten Zine Archive, A4 Sounds Studios, Dublin; Lee Welch, archivist, and Elly Collins, registrar, Kerlin Gallery, Dublin; Trish Lambe, curator/co-director, Pete Smyth, facilities, Gallery of Photography, Dublin; and Ros Kavanagh, studio owner and photographer, Dublin. With studio workshop support from Kate O'Brien, Photography technician, DIT Grangegorman, Dublin. 

The moral and economic copyright of all the images and texts on this website remains with the contributors. 

A range of licenses apply to the use and reproduction of the image and text content. Send queries to valerie.connor@dit.ie

The quotation at the top of this page is from 'Where do you read? (178 words | 0:43 mins)' by Sean Dockray, which appears in the anthology I read where I am: exploring new information cultures (Amsterdam, Valiz, 2011). It is a collection of 'observations, inspirations and critical notes' on how we now consume and produce information. The contents of the book are published under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commerical-Non-DerivativeWorks license. For more about Dockray, founder of AAAARG.org aka Artists, Architects, and Activists Reading Group, go to the monoskop wiki for collaborative studies of the arts, media and humanities. 

Unless otherwise stated, this site and metadata is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Ireland Licence.


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