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MA, Research Student
Location: Room 8.18
University College London
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7679 1133 (x51133)
I'm a 4th year research student in the Department of Information Studies at UCL, awarded a cross-disciplinary scholarship to spend an additional year at UCLIC during 2012-2013. My research focuses on crowdsourcing and other online participatory approaches in the field of archives and cultural heritage. My PhD research is funded by an AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award in conjunction with The National Archives. During my time at UCLIC, I am focusing on investigating participants' motivations and experiences of the Old Weather project, working in conjunction with the Citizen Cyberlab research project on citizen science.
More generally, I am interested in the impact of the digital world upon archives and the construction of historical understanding - particularly around issues of long-term digital preservation, and the effects of digitization and digital access upon research practice.
My background is originally in the humanities, with MA degrees in Classics (Cambridge), and in Archives and Records Management (London). I also have a Professional Diploma in Management from the Open University. Until January 2010, I was Collections Manager at West Yorkshire Archive Service (WYAS), the largest U.K. local authority archives service outside of London, where I was responsible for the management and strategic development of collections description and stewardship. My career has always included a strong interest in the application of technology to archival practice, and my previous roles at WYAS included responsibility for the Service's software systems and website. Prior to this, I worked as an archivist at the University of Southampton on the Palmerston Papers database.
I am a registered member of the Archives and Records Association (formerly the UK Society of Archivists), and a serving committee member of the ARA Section for Archives and Technology. I am also a member of the steering committee of UKAD, the UK Archives Discovery Network. In 2008, I was the recipient of a Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Travelling Fellowship to study local digital archives in Australia and the U.S.A.
|Eveleigh, AMM; (2015) Crowding out the Archivist? Implications of online user participation for archival theory and practice. Doctoral thesis, UCL (University College London). |
|Eveleigh, A; (2014) Crowding out the archivist? Locating crowdsourcing within the broader landscape of participatory archives. In: Ridge, M, (ed.) Crowdsourcing our cultural heritage. (pp. 211-212). Ashgate Publishing: Farnham, UK. |
|Eveleigh, A; Jennett, C; Blandford, A; Cox, AL; Brohan, P; (2014) Designing for dabblers and deterring drop-outs in citizen science. In: CHI '14 Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Pages. (pp. 2985 - 2994). ACM: New York, NY, USA. |
|Noordegraaf, JJ; Bartholomew, A; Eveleigh, A; (2014) Modeling crowdsourcing for cultural heritage. In: Proctor, N and Cherry, R, (eds.) Museums and the Web 2014. Museums and the Web: Silver Spring, MD. |
|Eveleigh, A; Jennett, C; Lynn, S; Cox, AL; (2013) "I want to be a Captain! I want to be a Captain!": Gamification in the Old Weather Citizen Science Project. In: Gamification '13: Proceedings of the First International Conference on Gameful Design, Research, and Applications. (pp. 79 - 82). ACM: New York, NY, USA. |
|Jennett, C; Eveleigh, A; Mathieu, K; Ajani, Z; Cox, AL; (2013) Creativity in citizen science: All for one and one for all. In: (Proceedings) WebSci 2013 Workshop: Creativity and Attention in the Age of the Web. : WebSci 2013 Workshop: Creativity and Attention in the Age of the Web. |
|Kloetzer, L; Schneider, D; Jennett, C; Iacovides, I; Eveleigh, A; Cox, AL; Gold, M; (2013) Learning by volunteer computing, thinking and gaming: What and how are volunteers learning by participating in Virtual Citizen Science? In: ESREA 2013: Changing Configurations of Adult Education in Transitional Times Proceedings. (pp. 73 - 92). |
|Fleurbaay, E; Eveleigh, A; (2012) Crowdsourcing: prone to error? Presented at: International Council on Archives conference, Brisbane, Australia. |
|Boyle, F; Eveleigh, A; Needham, H; (2009) Preserving local archival heritage for ongoing accessibility. Ariadne (58) |
|Eveleigh, A; (1999) Recent annual reports: The public image of archives. Journal of the Society of Archivists , 20 (1) 105 - 108. |
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