Each year for four years (2011-14), three meritorious Royal Roads University students who employed the research strategy of public ethnography will be awarded $1,000 at convocation.
These awards are made possible through funding from the Canada Research Chair in Innovative Learning and Public Ethnography. Public ethnography means scholarship for a new communication paradigm. It entails getting people involved in learning together about new challenges, and it means new ways of disseminating knowledge across distances.
We are pleased to announce that the recipients of this year’s awards are Jonathon Taggart, Warren Brown, and Tara Gereaux. Warren’s project is available on the ethnography.media.arts.culture Public Ethnography as Innovative Learning website— follow ethnography.media.arts.culture on Twitter to see new projects (including Tara’s and Jonathon’s) as they’re posted: @EMACnetwork