[Air-L] Qual research with digital diaries- seeking tools & tips, please

Dennis Wollersheim dewoller at gmail.com
Tue Feb 4 14:59:38 PST 2014

Hi Kath

The good thing about 'plain old wordpress' is that it is an open format, 
very easy to archive.  You just need to 'spider' the website once the posts 
are up, that is, run software that visits every webpage and saves a copy. 
Firefox has a plugins that will do it, foxyspider and spiderzilla are 2 


On 03/02/14 13:19, Kath Albury wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I was wondering if anyone on this list had experience of using a mobile
> diary app as research tool (for participants). I'd like participants to
> post to a diary via phone or tablet, & will need to have access (& be able
> to archive diaries). I've looked at ethno hub (http://ethnohub.com<http://ethnohub.com/>), and
> my panel (which is a market research tool
> (http://www.mobilemarketresearch.net/mypanel/features). And there's always
> the option of plain old wordpress - but the question is how to export &
> archive the data?
> Any tips (or even anecdotes) from seasoned players will be greatly
> appreciated.
> Cheers, Kath
> Kath Albury, PhD
> Senior Lecturer, School of Arts and Media
> University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, 2052
> Ph: 61 2 9385 8533
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> http://research.unsw.edu.au/people/dr-kath-albury
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