The lazy person’s guide to evidence (Recording of full presentation)

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At the end of February I posted some slides from the CDI research conference in which I argued that practitioner researchers should avoid collecting data unless they absolutely have to.

I’ve just heard that the full recordings from the whole conference have just been posted on iCeGS website. It is a treasure trove of interesting stuff which you should check out.

It means that my full presentation is now available online. It was delivered in the pecha kucha style, so you will only be giving up around seven minutes if you decide to watch it.

Watch ‘the lazy person’s guide to evidence’ (full presentation)

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