Dataset Open Access
The Curtin Open Knowledge Initiative (COKI) in collaboration with Curtin University Library undertook a project to provide better support for the creative practice research outputs (CPROs) of Faculty of Humanities researchers. The reason for this research is to identify ways to increase the visibility of CPROs at Curtin University, and document what information (metadata) is important to researchers when describing their CPROs. The Chief Investigator of this project was Dr Lucy Montgomery, Professor of Knowledge Innovation at Curtin University. This research project has approval from the Curtin University Human Research Ethics Office (HRE2021-0515).
This dataset contains deidentified interview transcripts from six interviews with creative practice researchers at Curtin University, Perth, Australia, who consented to sharing their deidentified data as a publicly available dataset. The participants have been deidentified, and named as P1 to P6. Interviews were conducted between 20/09/2021 and 30/09/2021. Four interviews were in person, and two interviews were online via WebEx.
The interview guide is publicly available on Zenodo:
The metadata findings from the card sorting activity are available on Zenodo: