Qualitative research emphasizes and honors the words of participants in an effort to generate meaning and knowledge, yet participants’ voices are rarely heard beyond data collection and analysis. We explore the potential to share participants' voices when disseminating research through audio - enhanced poster presentations. Technological advancements in multimedia could revolutionize poster presentations, especially for qualitative research. We describe the history of audio guides and how they can be applied to the dissemination of qualitative research. We also introduce the Experiencing Audio Recorded Research (EARR) Model to facilitate designing a multisensory approach to qualitative data dissemination through integrating audio technology into presentations.
Qualitative Dissemination, Audio - Enhanced Presentations, Museum Informatics, EARR Model, Contextual Model of Learning
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Chandler, R., Antsey, E. H., Munro, C. L., & Morrison-Beedy, D. (2013). Experiencing Audio Recorded Research (EARR): Giving Voice to Qualitative Poster Presentations. The Qualitative Report, 18(43), 1-9. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol18/iss43/3