Dr. Mary Bridget Kustusch
Though many different research methods involve mass quantities of video/audio data, there is little discussion of best practices for organization, especially when the research is collaborative. The guidelines we provide here were created while conducting educational research on the IMPRESS project, an integrated metacognitive program for at risk STEM majors at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Our hope is to encourage large-scale, collaborative research of qualitative video data by using our project as an example and providing enough information for readers to make a judgment on the efficacy of this process for their own projects.
Marks, Noah-Kee and Dawod, Rita
"How to IMPRESS: Coordinating a Large Video Data Set for a Collaborative Project,"
DePaul Discoveries: Vol. 5:
1, Article 22.
Available at: https://via.library.depaul.edu/depaul-disc/vol5/iss1/22
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