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Sally-Anne Barnes

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Dr Sally-Anne Barnes is a Principal Research Fellow at the Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick. With an established track record in research, she has worked on and managed a range of projects in the area of technology, careers and learning. Sally-Anne specialises in and is currently involved in researching: new forms of internet-enabled labour exchange, employability and career adaptability; individual career identities, learning and training; the development of high quality impartial labour market information; and the use of ICT to support the professional development of careers professionals. She is principally interested in the interrelationship between technology, work, careers and learning. Sally-Anne has been centrally involved in a number of projects investigating how individuals navigate the labour market and the narratives around these transitions and decisions. In addition, she has undertaken a number of literature reviews on employability, internet-enabled labour exchanges, career adaptability, career development interventions for the low skilled and for those in higher education, and on skills diagnostics and screening tools. Sally-Anne is an experienced qualitative interviewer and has particular expertise in qualitative research methodologies and data analysis techniques as applied to longitudinal biographical research, and literature review methodologies.

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30 May 2018
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The notions of museum visit and museum object, collection and exhibition, have all been disrupted and renegotiated by the influence of five decades of digital technology. ‘Digital’ has changed the idiom of ‘museum’ (Parry, 2007; 2010). And yet, it is widely recognised that the digital...

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