One day at a time

Pandemics and PhDs (Pat Thomson, 16 March 2020)

I’m a PhD student and I’m worried by my university’s coronavirus approach (Jafia Naftali Camara, The Guardian, 18 March 2020)

Some advice for PhD students and their mentors in the time of coronavirus (Meghan Duffy, 15 March 2020)

Postgraduate supervision in the COVID-19 Era (for supervisors and students) (Miguel Nacenta, 25 March 2020)

Effective practices in supervising doctoral candidates at a distance (UKCGE, 1 May 2020)

Should you quit (go part-time or pause) your PhD during COVID-19? (The Thesis Whisperer, 8 April 2020)

Virtual Not Viral (since March 2020)

Remote vivas (Nathan Ryder, Viva Survivors, 6 April 2020)

Doing fieldwork in a pandemic (Deborah Lupton, since March 2020)

Doing arts research in a pandemic (Vida L. Midgelow, June 2020)

Social research for a COVID and post-COVID world: An initial agenda (Deborah Lupton, 29 March 2020)

Fieldwork in the times of COVID-19: Doing ethnography during a pandemic (Raul Pacheco-Vega, 17 March 2020)

Fieldwork in the context of COVID-19 (The New Ethnographer, 7 April 2020)

Doing fieldwork in a crisis or a quarantine (Benjamin Bowles, April 2020)

Research methods to consider in a pandemic (Helen Kara, 20 May 2020)

Security features in Zoom, MS Teams, and Google Meet (@joedale, April 2020; see also EFF’s advice on how to harden your Zoom settings, 2 April 2020)

Carrying out qualitative research under lockdown — Practical and ethical considerations (Adam Jowett, LSE Impact Blog, 20 April 2020)

How to conduct an ethnography during social isolation (Daniel Miller, 3 May 2020)

Doing STS research in a COVID-19 world: Voices from the global South (Joseph Satish Vedanayagam, Backchannels, 29 April 2020)

Participant observation: How does it work online? (Janet Salmons, Methodspace, 20 April 2020)

LSE Digital Ethnography Collective Reading List (since February 2020)

Collecting COVID-19: A crowd-sourced digital ethnography of the COVID-19 pandemic (since April 2020)

Why you should ignore all that coronavirus-inspired productivity pressure (Aisha S. Ahmad, The Chronicle of Higher Education, 27 March 2020; or as @robin__craig aptly puts it, “a pandemic isn’t a writing retreat”)

5 strategies for writing in turbulent times (Chris Smith, LSE Impact Blog, 30 March 2020)

The Science of Well-Being (Laurie Santos, Yale University/Coursera)

Are we all digital scholars now? How the lockdown will reshape the post-pandemic digital structure of academia. (Mark Carrigan, LSE Impact Blog, 10 April 2020)

The Politics of COVID-19 (daily reading recommendations from The Syllabus, since March 2020)

Public Books Database (Public Books)

Teaching materials for computational social science (SAGE Ocean)

Tools and Resources — Creative Commons (Open Access Oxford)

How to create an APA style reference for a canceled conference presentation (Timothy McAdoo, APA Style Blog, 16 March 2020)

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