Video Training: E-research

Leverage video tools for your research

Digital media are increasingly being used as tools in research.

Due to the ubiquitous nature of the technology, their usage became commonplace, without the implications of such usage attracting much debate or consideration. 

This workshop series tackles fundamental epistemological, technical, and ethical issues pertaining to using video tools for research purposes. 

Our e-research workshop series is structured in 6 modules, ideally spread over the course of an academic year.

A team gathering visual anthropologists, digital media specialists, and video experts provides step-by-step support to conduct digital research. Each participant engages in an active hands-on learning experience during which they collect and analyse e-data. This programme is uniquely suited for research teams or research centres wishing to encourage engagement with digital methods. 

6 modules to generate and process video data 

 Why and how scientists use video tools: trends and evolutions, state-of-art, and critical discussion of the readings
    Planning a video data collection: methodological and technological aspects. Hands-on tutorial.
   Implementing a video data collection: Reflexivity, positionality, and ethics (consent and copyright)
Processing raw footage: archival, indexing, and sharing
Analysing video recorded data: from anthropological films to AI-powered automation software 
     Writing/wrapping up: maximising research outcomes based on your dataset (video field report, research articles, video explainers and documentaries)

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