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Module 5:
introduction to creative methods

Content to be released on Tuesday the 5th of DECEMBER

Upon completion of this module, you will be able to:

- Describe what creative data methods are.

- Understand the steps required to utilise different creative data collection methods (e.g. photovoice) in a research project.

- Describe the strengths and considerations of different creative data collection methods.

Be sure to check out the resources provided below the videos.

5.1 Introduction to creative methods including photovoice

5.2 Digital storytelling

4.3 Drawing and painting


Art Based Evaluation. N.D. ArtReach Toronto.

Evidence Update: Creative Evaluation Methods. 2022. SiREN.

Implementing Photovoice in Your Community. 2023. The Community Toolbox.

Mask-Making and Drawing as Method: Arts-Based Approaches to Data Collection With War-Affected Children. 2019. Green and Denov.  

PhotoVoice. 2023.

Rich Pictures. Better Evaluation. 2022.

Share your story: A How-to Guide for Digital Storytelling. 2016. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. 

Story Center. 2023.

Towards an Understanding of Rich Picture Interpretation. 2019. Bell et al., 2019.

Using digital storytelling to promote the sexual health and well-being of migrant and refugee young people: A scoping review. 2017. Botfield et al.

Using photovoice methods to explore older people's perceptions of respect and social inclusion in cities: Opportunities, challenges and solutions. 2016. Ronzi et al.

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