[Air-L] Collecting snaps and building archives
Jon Michael Wargo
wargojon at wayne.edu
Wed Apr 19 05:16:34 PDT 2017
I collected a series of snapstories from young people for my dissertation work using QuickTime and Reflector. I published a piece detailing how I used these tools to archive and sequence narratives and affective shifts in story in the Journal of Language and Literacy Education. You can find the full article here: https://www.academia.edu/12181247/Spatial_Stories_with_Nomadic_Narrators_Affect_Snapchat_and_Feeling_Embodiment_in_Youth_Mobile_Composing
Would love to hear how others have done this or thinking about it, as I was solely focused on 6 adolescents.
Jon M. Wargo, Ph.D.
Division of Teacher Education
247 Education Bldg.
5425 Gullen Mall
Detroit, MI 48202
e: wargojon at wayne.edu
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Subject: [Air-L] Collecting snaps and building archives
Anybody got experience with capturing/collecting Snapchat messages - large scale or small scale, manually, automatically, with screen recording, building archives, etc.? I'm interested in all of it. I'm surveying technologies, methodologies, ethical issues, etc. And I'm potentially interested in getting into collaborations.
Thanks in advance,
Assoc. prof., PhD
University of Southern Denmark
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