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Presentation Overview Introduction VET research in Aboriginal/Indigenous contexts The place and role of emerging technologies for data collection and.

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2 Presentation Overview Introduction VET research in Aboriginal/Indigenous contexts The place and role of emerging technologies for data collection and analysis Tools to support the research –Audio, image, video capture, web-based collaborative tools Using the tools to record knowledge and support the involvement of Aboriginal people in research Why the use of these tools can better incorporate and represent the voices of Aboriginal/Indigenous people in research and make more robust the collection of data

3 Tools to Support VET Research in Aboriginal/Indigenous Contexts Digital photos and Photostory IPods/MP3 Recorders

4 Tools to Support VET Research in Aboriginal/Indigenous Contexts Moviemaker E-portfolios and associated tools

5 Tools to Support VET Research in Aboriginal/Indigenous Contexts VOIP – online conversations Collaborative collections of web pages Collaborative web page Online surveys

6 Tools to Support VET Research in Aboriginal/Indigenous Contexts Collaborate online meeting rooms Collaborative document sharing

7 Using the tools to record knowledge and support the involvement of Aboriginal people in research Key characteristics for their use: –Must be easy-to-use technologies, no-one needs to be an expert –Choose technologies that are intuitive –Must be free –Need to be accessible –Need to always work –Their use need to be negotiated –Needs to be for purposes identified by participants as useful –Participants need to direct the use of technologies so it makes sense to them. This is most often a both-ways learning outcome. –Need to consider copyright and IP for images, ideas, artwork etc and the associated implications when using technologies to disseminate information

8 Why the use of these tools can better incorporate and represent the voices of Aboriginal/Indigenous people in research and make more robust the collection of data Use of first language Better use of local context Increases active engagement in the research process Can increase sample size No need for transcription (for English speakers) Data is stand alone Data can be more accurately verified during the feedback process

9 Questions Alicia Boyle Education Coordinator, Desert Knowledge CRC Ruth Wallce Director, Social Partnerships in Learning Research Consortium, Charles Darwin University


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