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Participatory data gathering with Ketso

Presenter: Joanne Tippett

This training video introduces participatory data gathering, looking at when and how in the research process it can be used, and exploring key issues to consider in research design. Participatory data gathering can be a mutual learning experience, increasing the value to participants, as well as generating rich data. As well as core principles, the video introduces Ketso, a hands-on and visual toolkit, which makes participatory data gathering easier.

Participatory data gathering with Ketso

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Participatory data gathering with Ketso

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These video resources were recorded on 2019-11-29 by the National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM) at the University of Southampton.

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