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Mention that is used used across the UK and the rest of the world. Can view as a participant, or log in as a researcher.
Allows you to screen participants within the site by asking questions such as where do you live, how old are you etc. Saving you time having to do this. Once people deemed to have met requirements, they will be put in touch with you (or can be linked to online survey etc.
Once you have set up the study page you can promote the study on social media using widgets in the webpage. You can then view stats related to how many people have viewed the page and how many people have participated.
Reusable is good as it is something that you can use time and time again when called into meetings or being introduced to other stakeholders. Visual means of presenting the data is engaging…
I have used this video to explain research at academic conferences but also internally in meetings. The aim was to provide a quick overview of the method and the type of data being collected. It is a fairly new technique so this is something I often have to do. I like using it as it saves me spending too much valuable presentation time explain the method when I want to move on and talk about findings etc.Easy to produce using images and iMovie. Could also achieve similar using a slide show and animations/transitions.
In this instance we were given a budget for this specific purpose. The video can be found here: http://vimeo.com/86504046. I worked with a producer and crew to make it and really enjoyed the process. It was after this experience that I started making my own videos.
I often use parts of the video interspersed with slides when presenting this work. It can also be used as a standalone piece shown on TV screens at demos or poster sessions.
4. Engaging with research participants and stakeholders
Engaging with research
• A free tool for promoting research to
• Describe research, benefit type (i.e.
vouchers), requirements for taking part.
• See how many people have viewed the
page and chosen to participate.
• Allows you to screen participants within
the site by asking questions such as where
do you live, how old are you etc.
What about when you need to tell someone what to do?
Engaging with other
2 faces to the ‘same’ project
Example website aimed at ethnographic and design
professionals and academics
• Exploring engaging ways to present
work to stakeholders.
• Needs to be succinct to convey ideas
easily and quickly.
• Making it reusable and multipurpose