Using Digital Media in Research with Children and Young People

Start: May 12, 2011
End: May 13, 2011
Place: Edinburgh
The course will cover:

1. Using digital technologies

Exploring the use of a range of different technologies including:

Online survey tools

Social Networking Sites

Other web based resources

Computer games and games consoles

Mobile phones

2. Ethical and methodlogical issues in using digital technologies

including Informed consent Anonymity and confidentiality Child
protection Peer research

3. Including children and young people

Particularly participation of children excluded by other research
approaches Access to digital technologies

4. Data collection and analysis

How to collect data

Approaches to analysing data

5. Dissemination of research

How to present research

Sharing research

A set of resources will be produced for the course.

The two day course will involve presentations from those who have undertaken research in this area. It will draw on examples from academic research and organisations who have used these tools with children and young people.


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