Using Arts-based Elicitation Methods with Dr. Linda Liebenberg
August 18 at 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
The School of Nursing is pleased to welcome Dr. Linda Liebenberg, who will present two full-day in-person workshops: the first on image-based methods and the second on academic writing success.
Arts-based methods in social science research has gained prominence within the field of qualitative research. The arts-based method presents an opportunity for both re-presentation of lived experiences and improved articulation of these experiences in the interview setting. This workshop will review the theory behind elicitation methods and introduce the use of arts-based (e.g., photographs, videos, drawings, clay work, drama) elicitation field work. Additionally, the workshop will link the use of arts-based methods with data analysis, dissemination approaches, and ethical considerations.
About Dr. Liebenberg
Dr. Liebenberg is a leading researcher, evaluator and consultant in the field of resilience and community development. Her approaches include participatory image-based methods; sophisticated longitudinal quantitative designs; and the design of measurement instruments. Linda has consulted with international and community-based organizations, including Right to Play, the World Bank, the World Health Organization, Save the Children Denmark, and the Public Health Agency of Canada.
Linda is Adjunct Professor at Dalhousie University and Saint Mary’s University. She sits on the Advisory Board of the International Institute for Qualitative Methodology and is Editor-in-Chief for the journal International Journal of Qualitative Methods (Sage publications).
- August 18
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
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- Registration/RSVP Required
- Yes (see event description)
- Event Type
- Research & Innovation
- Faculty, Students, Postdoctoral Fellows & Research Associates