A range of resources has been produced to i) develop innovative methods to research digital embodiment, and ii) build awareness and capacity in interdisciplinary arts and social sciences methods. These are listed on this page:


Audio-visual resources including video lectures and podcasts (from Agenda Setting Workshops) on arts/social science methods:

  • Podcasts with experts in the field of Embodiment and Technology
  • Video lectures with experts in the field of Embodiment and Technology


Reading materials including papers, ethnographic narratives and bibliographies on methods across the boundaries of arts and science for researching embodiment and digital:

  • Bibliographies of key readings in methodological innovation in the digital arts and the social science
  • Glossaries of key terms in methodological approaches to embodiment across the arts and social sciences
  • Publications generated from the MIDAS project

Templates and forms

Templates and forms used during the course of the project, including consent forms suitable for researchers and participants from Social Science and Arts, and a fieldnotes template suitable for a systematic ethnographic data collection and collaborative writing: