Woollard, John, Richard, Humphrey and Brown, Hazel
Data gathering by telephony; a method of the time
International Journal of Research and Method in Education
- Author's Original
Restricted to Repository staff only
The ever-increasing functionality and user-friendliness of corporate telephone systems and the increasing use of phones by the public, there is an increased temptation to use telephone information capture as a research method. This paper explores the advantages, challenges, affordances and, importantly, the cautions associated with telephony as a means of data capture and its potential use by novice educational researchers.
Actions (login required)