Adapting Cultural Probes For Use Online
|Dates:||8 March 2022|
|Times:||10:00 - 13:00|
|What is it:||Academic calendar|
|Who is it for:||Current University students|
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As part of the Creative stream with methods@manchester, get an insight into the cultural probe method.
Louise Couceiro will begin by offering a brief explanation of the cultural probe method; what it is and where it originated, before outlining how she developed the method for online use. In her study exploring children's responses to nonfiction books about women, Louise sent participants a 'reader response toolkit' - an adaptation of cultural probes - and received a multitude of creative and surprising responses in return. Following this presentation, attendees will have an opportunity to work in small groups to design their own cultural probe adaptation for online use. There will be plenty of time during the course to share ideas and ask questions.
Organisation: Glasgow University
Biography: Louise Couceiro is an ESRC-funded PhD student at the School of Education at the University of Glasgow. She has a BA in English Language and Literature, an MA in Gender Studies and an MRes in Sociology and Research Methods. Louise has a strong interest in feminism and gender theory, literature and children’s education. Her current research uses creative methods to explore how children respond to and engage with feminist biographical illustrated books published since 2016. Prior to beginning her doctorate, Louise worked in private education and has taught in the UK, China and Australia.
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