Daisy Abbott

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Research Developer

Digital Design Studio

Glasgow School of Art

Research Interests

Interactive narratives, Games/Serious Games, 3D visualisation, Digital documentation, Interaction design, Performing arts, Digital heritage

Research Profile

Daisy Abbott is an interdisciplinary researcher and research developer based in the Digital Design Studio at Glasgow School of Art.

Daisy’s current research focusses on interactivity, 3D visualisation methodologies, and issues surrounding digital documentation, preservation, and interpretation in the arts and humanities. She regularly attends conferences and publishes in journals relevant to these topics. Selected recent publications include: “Preserving Interaction” in The Preservation of Complex Objects; Volume 2: Software Art; “Linking Evidence with Heritage Visualization using a Large Scale Collaborative Interface” in Proceedings of the International Symposium on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Cultural Heritage, and “Theoretical Discussions on Digital Representations of Performancemore...

Qualifications

MSc Information Technology (Humanities): Distinction
MA(Hons) Theatre, Film and Television Studies: First Class Honours
Postgraduate Certificate in PhD Supervision: Distinction
Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching: Distinction

Latest Additions

  1. "How to Fail Your Research Degree": An educational game for postgraduate students

    Abbott, Daisy (2017) "How to Fail Your Research Degree": An educational game for postgraduate students. In: 3rd International Enhancement in Higher Education Conference: Inspiring excellence - transforming the student experience, 6 - 8 June 2017, Glasgow, UK.
  2. How to Fail Your Research Degree: interactive workshop on game -based learning of postgraduate research skills

    Abbott, Daisy (2017) How to Fail Your Research Degree: interactive workshop on game -based learning of postgraduate research skills. In: Learning and Teaching Conference: Informing, Inspiring and Innovating, 19-20 June 2017, Inverness.
  3. How to Fail Your Research Degree

    Abbott, Daisy (2017) How to Fail Your Research Degree. The Game Crafter.
  4. Development of cross-curricular key skills using a 3D immersive learning environment in schools

    Abbott, Daisy, Jeffrey, Stuart, Gouseti, Anastasia, Burden, Kevin and Maxwell, Mhairi (2017) Development of cross-curricular key skills using a 3D immersive learning environment in schools. Communications in Computer and Information Science, 725. pp. 60-74. ISSN 1865-0929
  5. “How To Fail Your Research Degree “: Evaluation of a serious game for postgraduate skills

    Abbott, Daisy (2017) “How To Fail Your Research Degree “: Evaluation of a serious game for postgraduate skills. In: 'Enhancing the student journey': 10th Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference, 30 March 2017, Glasgow, UK.
  6. Paradocumentation and NT Live’s ‘CumberHamlet’

    Abbott, Daisy and Read, Claire (2017) Paradocumentation and NT Live’s ‘CumberHamlet’. In: Documenting Performance. Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, London, pp. 165-187. ISBN 97814725888173
  7. The REVISIT project: legacy heritage visualisations and educational potential

    Abbott, Daisy, Jeffrey, Stuart, Burden, Kevin, Gouseti, Anastasia and Maxwell, Mhairi (2016) The REVISIT project: legacy heritage visualisations and educational potential. In: International Symposium on Evaluating Digital Cultural Resources (EDCR 2016), 12-13 Dec 2016, Glasgow, UK.
  8. The potential of virtual 3D models in primary and secondary school settings: The case of the 1938 British Empire Exhibition model

    Abbott, Daisy, Jeffrey, Stuart, Burden, Kevin, Gouseti, Anastasia and Maxwell, Mhairi (2016) The potential of virtual 3D models in primary and secondary school settings: The case of the 1938 British Empire Exhibition model. In: 9th Annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, 14-16 Nov 2016, Seville, Spain.
  9. Game-based Learning: How to Fail your Research Degree

    Abbott, Daisy (2016) Game-based Learning: How to Fail your Research Degree. In: Still Game (to Learn), 9 Dec 2016, City of Glasgow College, Glasgow, UK.
  10. “Cut me to pieces” Shakespeare, fandom, and the fractured narrative

    Abbott, Daisy (2015) “Cut me to pieces” Shakespeare, fandom, and the fractured narrative. Proceedings of the Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts Conference.