What is First Person Perspective Digital Ethnography?

First Person Perspective Digital Ethnography refers to using new technologies to record and analyse data from the point of view of people engaging in activities. Mostly it entails recording the audio-visual experiences of actors, but it can also include other sense modalities and biosensor data.

This website is a resource for researchers and practitioners. It is based on a series of five seminars which were held at the London School of Economics in 2013. Here you will find video recordings of the seminar presentations, findings based on our discussions, contact links for participants, and links to further resources.





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