In June and July we explored creative methods through a webinar and a series of posts. We looked at uses of visual, aural, multimedia and other digital examples of practices researchers can use in all stages of research, from design to dissemination. You can find all posts, including the Research with Pictures & Stories webinar recording, through this link: http://bit.ly/2Vr2YOF.
I also encourage you to look at Reading Lists on related topics that I curate on SAGE Research Methods. I will continue to add resources to the following lists:
- Aural and Multimedia Data Collection
- Comics & Graphic Books
- Creative and Arts-Based Methods
- Multimodal Qualitative
- Visual Data Analysis
- Visual Methods for Qualitative Research
These lists include full books, chapters, articles, and cases that can be downloaded as PDF files. Lists also highlight related videos or datasets. FYI, the “Reading List” is a social bookmarking feature that allows you to create public or private lists of resources included in the SAGE Research Methods database. (See: SRM Social Bookmarking with Reading Lists.) If your library doesn’t have a subscription, and you would like to access the materials listed here, explore SAGE Research Methods with a free trial.
Relevant MethodSpace Posts
- Multimodal and Visual Methods: A Research Conversation
- Interdisciplinary Collage: Interview with Dr. Suzanne Culshaw
- Webinar recording: When the ‘Field’ is Online – Qualitative Data Collection
- Storytelling, relational inquiry, and truth-listening
- Imagining Forward: Visual Storytelling to Make Research Accessible for Practice