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only will you be more inclusive in your research by adopting a multimodal approach, but the methods you use are likely to be transferable to teaching and learning situations.


Online tools


Many of the tools and approaches you will see in this guide are for use online. Please note, however, that things change quickly on the Internet and you may well think of different tools that are just as good, if not better, than those suggested here. Because it is almost impossible to ‘future proof’ suggestions about good online tools, the emphasis in this eGuide is on the use you can make of different types of tools so that you can compare them to tools you know about and/ or want to use. You will only find links to tools that are either completely free or have a good free version.


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