Collecting AV Data; Composing AV Arguments

I recently wrote a post for the Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collaborative’s fall blog carnival “Data in the Digital Age.”  The carnival is a collection of posts from scholars and graduate students who describe the “different ways people use digital tools to collect, analyze, or otherwise grapple with research data.”  In my post, I discuss and reflect on my methods for collecting audio-visual data for my dissertation study.  Check it out, and I’d love to hear comments and questions, either here or on the DRC site.


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