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You can also read about this approach here.


There are a number of tools you can use to help you edit films. For small-scale action research, you may be working with limited resources, therefore, free or inbuilt software, such as ‘Windows Moviemaker’ or ‘iMovie’ is a good option for you.


Websites like YouTube and Vimeo make sharing videos online extremely easy.


Photographs and videos in action research projects Here are some ways that you might use photographs as part of your action research: • As source materials to generate discussions in research focus groups.


• To enable research participants to share their perceptions of events or things by labelling or adding ‘links’ to photos, or by creating story-boards events.


• To put the research process in the hands of the research participants, for example, using a participatory video approach.


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