Learning PECE Session 4: Searching and Analyzing Content

This essay is part of a series titled Learning PECE, created to facilitate an initial introduction to working on the PECE platform.

This session covers different ways of locating existing PECE content (both your own and others’) as well as how to create and utilize PECE’s analytic structures to collaboratively annotate this content. Trainees will also learn tips for making their own content easier to find and discover.

PECE was designed to provide research architecture for deeply collaborative ethnography, to enable secure and sustainable data sharing and archiving, and to incorporate lessons learned from post-structural theories of language into research methodology and data analysis. Click these links to read more about PECE and its history, rationale, and research questions and aims.

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November 8, 2021

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. 8 November 2021, "Learning PECE Session 4: Searching and Analyzing Content", Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 8 November 2021, accessed 30 November 2021.