Using Video for Digital Multimodal Research – 21st August 2012

Aim and focus

The training day is designed for postgraduate research students and established researchers who are working with video data and will provide:

  • An overview of data collection methods and key issues for video based research
  • An introduction to a range of approaches to the use of video data
  • Exploratory case studies showing different possibilities for video based research
  • Exercises working with video data
  • Opportunities for participants to discuss their own use of video, as well as question and answer sessions

Outline of programme:

9.30: Introduction

9. 45: Getting started: obtaining and generating video data

11.00: Coffee and Tea

11.30: Managing and transcribing video data

12.30 -1.30: Lunch

1.30: Analyzing video data: theoretical and methodological approaches

2.30: Exploratory case study 1 Participant generated video data: Doing video research on online/social media

3.30: Coffee and tea

4.00: Exploratory case study 2 Researcher generated video data: Doing video research in school classrooms

5.00: Question and Answers, Discussion

5.30: Close

 Who is this training for?

Postgraduate research students and established researchers who are starting working with video data or are intending to do so

Key words: Video, transcription, participatory video,  online video, video-based classroom research.

Date, time, venue, fee

21st August 2012, 9:30-17:30 at the London Knowledge Lab, Institute of Education
Fee: PhD students – £20. All other delegates – £40
To register for this event or for more information please visit our online booking site or contact Anna Waring.