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Gave a talk on ethnographic work and my own research at IT Univeristy in Copenhagen, Denmark

Professor Irina Shklovski invited me to give a talk to her seminar at IT University in Copenhagen, Denmark. I spoke about my research question has evolved over the years and tips on doing ethnographic research. The slides below are from the portion of my talk about ethnography. 

It was really cool to learn about the Danish education system. I found out that the government pays students  to get their masters! And professors cannot require that students attend classes, there is a strict word limit on how many reading a professor can assign, and students can delay their final exams or projects. 

Thanks Irina for inviting me! 

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