London EC1V 0HB
Previously a secondary school teacher of Design Technology and Art, Carol joined the Centre for HCID in October 2015 to study an MSc in Human-Centred Systems, which she completed with a Distinction.
Following the MSc, she was awarded a Collaborative Doctoral Award studentship by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to pursue a PhD in Human-Computer Interaction. Supervised by Stephann Makri and Andrew MacFarlane at City, and Ian Cooke and Stella Wisdom at the British Library, she works between the two institutions on this collaborative research project.
Carol's research investigates the complex dynamics that influence how fiction authors and readers interact online.
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Conference papers and proceedings (2)
- Butler, C. (2018). Distant Voices in the Dark. the 2018 Conference 11-15 March.
- Butler, C., Wisdom, S., Makri, S., MacFarlane, A. and Cooke, I. (2018). Sheltering the dream and protecting the dreamer: The role of place and space in the online interactions of fiction authors and readers.