Why and how to use video in research

Date: 15/07/2019 Written by: Daisy 15 minutes to read.
Video is a powerful tool and should be utilised in research where appropriate.

From facial expressions to body language, what non-verbal cues did you miss while you were putting pen to paper? We explore three circumstances where you should ditch the note-taking and capture your research subjects on film instead! Discover how video can improve your research in our expert guide. 

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