Photovoice: A participatory method for information science

@inproceedings{Given2011PhotovoiceAP,
  title={Photovoice: A participatory method for information science},
  author={Lisa M. Given and Anna Opryshko and Heidi Julien and Jorden Smith},
  booktitle={ASIST},
  year={2011}
}
To keep pace with the social reality created by a Web 2.0 world, contemporary research studies must employ participatory research methods. Photovoice has emerged from the fields of health and community assessment studies as a photo elicitation technique that facilitates participant involvement at all stages of the research process. This poster presents Photovoice as used in an ongoing longitudinal research study assessing the information literacy (IL) skills of students as they transition from… CONTINUE READING
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