This website presents a collection of tools to make your digital research project a success. Our aim is to foster creativity and critical thinking of students and teachers in the humanities and social science by making use of the possibilities of the digital age.

The internet can be a useful but sometimes overwhelming place to find information and help. We are providing a more concise and curated material for you to navigate and learn from. On this site you can find a selection of tutorials, tools, platform recommendations, online lectures and online videos that can help you to understand more about new multimedia ways of presenting your scientific work. The online videos tell their own stories, but at the same time they give you a good example how film, speech, sound and animation can be used to convey a message in a concise way.

The content on the website is divided into three main categories: Methodology, Data collection and Research presentation. Under each of these categories you can find sub-categories which will explore various tools or content that can help build and guide both your practical skills of doing research using a multi-media approach but also help present theoretically the value of multimedia research in the contemporary world.


Data Collection

Research Presentation