At the heart of the use of multi-media narratives in Living-Theory research is a desire to communicate the meanings of embodied expressions of the values that individuals use to give meaning and purpose to their lives and that carry hope for the future of humanity.
In this 4.07 min video Jack Whitehead introduces the use of multimedia narrative in this
He goes further in this 2.47 min video on supervising doctorates.
The next 49.32 min video is of Jack Whitehead presenting his ideas on multi-media narratives to staff at Oranim College in Israel on the 7th July 2013 during a visit organised by Dr Anat Geller, a member of staff at the college. This is the second of two presentations. The first was on living-educational-theories. Both can be accessed from the What's New section of his web-site actionresearch.net
Whitehead, J. (2000) Ways of knowing our educative influences on our students' learning. How valid are multi-media presentations and our associated explanations? Presented to AERA April 2000. Access from http://actionresearch.net/writings/A2/aerajw.doc
Whitehead, J. (2000) Legitimising living standards of practice and judgement: How do I know that I have influenced you for good? A paper presented at the Third International Conference of the Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices Special Interest Group of the American Educational Research Association, 24-27 July, 2000, Herstmonceaux Castle, Surrey, U.K. Access from http://actionresearch.net/writings/writings/castleOK.doc