Creative Writing with Peter Ranscombe, (Video 4 of 4) Benefits, Innovating with Open Knowledge
From Morna Simpson on August 24th, 2017
Interview with Peter Ranscombe, author of "Hare", an historical fiction novel that asks, what happened to Hare after William Burke was hanged in Edinburgh for mass murder in 1829.
This case study explores how a writer can use open resources in their research, and especially how open access to resources can benefit a writer's research process. Much of the work that Peter uses in his research comes from historical newspaper resources at the Scotsman, and through aggregated resources at the National Library of Scotland. The University of Edinburgh publishes open access resources as well as contributing to many aggregated resources in public libraries.
This video (4 of 4) is an introduction to the benefits of using research, and especially open access resources in your writing.
A transcript of this video and associated learning resources is available from the Innovating with Open Knowledge website: https://openinnovation.is.ed.ac.uk/scholarly-works-publications/creative-writing-with-peter-ranscomb...