new online training module on image elicitation methods and digital technologies

I’ll be running the third of The Open University’s online modules on advanced image elicitation methods between 15 and 26 June. The module explores just a couple of the directions in which the use of digital technologies might push image elicitation methods: i-documentaries, and the analysis of huge numbers of social media images. We might think of i-docs as embedding audience elicitation into their participatory structure, and social media as a sort of mass elicitation. It’s open to all academics everywhere and is free.  Pre-registration closes on 15 May.  You can find out more about it here.

5 thoughts on “new online training module on image elicitation methods and digital technologies

  1. Hi there, I am very interested in this course, but I will be on my honeymoon during the second week, does that rule it out competely?
    Many thanks!

    • Well it’s structured over two weeks with a series of activities and tasks in each week, so I would say – have a wonderful, work-free honeymoon and sign up for this module next year!

  2. Oh what a shame! It is so relevant to my phd project. Is there any literature you would recommend as it is part of the methodology I am the process of developing? Many, many thanks for such a swift reply!

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