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Abstract Title: Trends in the prevalence and presentation of video data in PRPER and JLS
Abstract Type: Contributed Poster Presentation
Abstract: The analysis of video data can be a powerful approach for physics education researchers--especially those doing qualitative work. As a way examining the norms and practices of video data use in PER publications, I conducted a systematic review of papers in in Physical Review Physics Education Research (PRPER) and the Journal of the Learning Sciences (JLS). I report how common it has been for authors to analyze video data and categorize the ways that those video data are presented via publication. The review shows that the fraction of PER authors analyzing video data is consistently less than the fraction taking this approach in the broader education research community. Furthermore, I show that JLS authors tend to transcribe video data with a greater variety of approaches than those taken by PRPER authors.
Session Time: Poster Session 1
Poster Number: I-75

Author/Organizer Information

Primary Contact: Elias Euler
Lund University
Lund, Non U.S.