Visual feast or visual communication, a webinar for the CMC MOOC

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Visual feast or visual communication, a webinar for the CMC MOOC

  1. 1. visual feast or Chrissi Nerantzivisual communication @chrissinerantzia webinar for the Creativity and Multicultural Communication MOOC
  2. 2. Where are you?
  3. 3. athe plan
  4. 4. visual communication what is it?
  5. 5. research mainly focuses on similarities (Messaris, 2012)what about the differences: what makes a picture unique? words images
  6. 6. 1 picture is worth 1000 words
  7. 7. ads
  8. 8. What do you miss now? What do I miss?
  9. 9. What about what we do now? http://theconferencepublishers.com/blog/v irtual-meetings/google-hangouts-hybrid- events-next-eventtable-chat/ http://vsee.com/ http://blog.inf.ed.ac.uk/atate/2012/03/ 30/blackboard-collaborate/
  10. 10. “cameras do lie” Lang & Lang (1952)
  11. 11. “cameras do lie” Lang & Lang (1952)selectivitysubjectivityconstructionsinterpretationsshaping perceptions
  12. 12. What has changed? loads of platforms to share, comment, re-use re- mix images plethora of tools to manipulate of imagesGauntlett (2011, 7): “Web2.0 invites users in to play.” and making, making is connectingQuestion: Distortion of reality, subjective realities?
  13. 13. social media
  14. 14. Youtube
  15. 15. Visual literacy, what does this mean for you? Draw it!
  16. 16. visual literacy (John Debes,1969)“Visual Literacy refers to a group of vision-competencies a humanbeing can develop by seeing and at the same time having andintegrating other sensory experiences. The development of thesecompetencies is fundamental to normal human learning. Whendeveloped, they enable a visually literate person to discriminate andinterpret the visible actions, objects, symbols, natural or man-made, that he encounters in his environment. Through the creativeuse of these competencies, he is able to communicate with others.Through the appreciative use of these competencies, he is able tocomprehend and enjoy the masterworks of visual communication.”Debes (1969b, 27)
  17. 17. Professor of Cognition and Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education thinking in pictures• Howard Gardner (1983) Multiple Intelligences > spatial intelligence > analogical thinking and visual creativity >• recognising and using patters,• finding similarities between superficially dissimilar aspects of reality,• analogical connections > basis of scientific creativity multiple intelligences testhttp://howardgardner.com/multiple-intelligences/
  18. 18. Be honest! Visual learning and teaching, is this actively encouraged and practiced in your courses? yes no
  19. 19. What about what we do now? http://theconferencepublishers.com/blog/v irtual-meetings/google-hangouts-hybrid- events-next-eventtable-chat/ http://vsee.com/ http://blog.inf.ed.ac.uk/atate/2012/03/ 30/blackboard-collaborate/
  20. 20. triggers
  21. 21. http://www.photovoicesinternational.org/ storytelling
  22. 22. storytellingAlan Levine http://cogdogblog.com/ http://5card.cogdogblog.com//index.php
  23. 23. reflectingthroughdigitalstorytelling http://stripgenerator.com/
  24. 24. visualisations, capturing process and product through images• Learning through making and sharing (Gauntlett, 2011)• connecting off- and online learning experiences
  25. 25. visual synchronous connections http://theconferencepublishers.com/blog/v irtual-meetings/google-hangouts-hybrid- events-next-eventtable-chat/ http://blog.inf.ed.ac.uk/atate/2012/03/ http://vsee.com/ 30/blackboard-collaborate/
  26. 26. asynchronous visual connections students creating capturing studentsresources collaborative sharing activities experiences sharing reflections having fun learning together
  27. 27. Your ideas
  28. 28. Any questions/observations?
  29. 29. https://chrissinerantzi.wordpress.com/2011/10/14/the-messiness-of-learning-cmc11-mooc/
  30. 30. photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/suebahrin/4756866534/
  31. 31. photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/befuddledsenses/1334530150/
  32. 32. photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/osakajon/38218718/
  33. 33. photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/decembre71/2189915831/
  34. 34. photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/48201832@N05/5346036458/
  35. 35. photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/thebrumreaper/4248613849/
  36. 36. photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jakecaptive/3205277810/
  37. 37. References• Lang, K., & Lang, G.E. (1952). The unique perspective of television and its effect: A pilot study. American Sociological Review, 18, 312.• Messaris, P. (2012) Visual “Literacy” in the Digital Age, The Review of Communication, Vol 12, No 2, April 2012, pp. 101-117• Gauntlett, D. (2011) Making is connecting, Cambridge: Polity Press.
  38. 38. useful linksPGCAP on YouTube http://www.youtube.com/pgcapsal fordPGCAP on Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/pgc apInternational Visual Literacy Assosicationhttp://www.ivla.org/org_what_vis_lit.h tmHow do you look? http://nasher.duke.edu/howdoyou look/Chrissi’s photovoices https://chrissinerantzi.wordpress.c om/tag/photovoices/

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