visualizing multimodality in Human interaction”
University of Oulu, Finland. April 27-29, 2021.
This course for doctoral researchers (organised by Samira Ibnelkaïd and Iuliia Avgustis), will place emphasis on the necessity of conducting a video-based research for analyzing multimodality, plurisemioticity, multisensoriality and multiactivity in human interaction. And it will highlight the skill set needed in order to gather viable and relevant video data through adequate practices of recording, assembling, editing, presenting, and publishing audiovisual material.
Upon completion of this PhD course, participants will:
- Be familiar with the concepts of multimodality, plurisemioticity, multisensoriality and multiactivity, crucial to the study of human (inter)actions;
- Better understand the fundamental guidelines of a video-based research
(theoretical framework, methodological background and ethical considerations);
- Be able to apply relevant video practices to their own research project by using adequate technical equipment and being familiar with video softwares
(for recording, assembling, editing, and presenting audiovisual material purposes).