Fredrik Bajers Vej 5
P.O. Box 159 DK-9100 Aalborg
Phone: +45 9940 9940
This course introduces you to the basics of camera work, editing of video and sound, and transcription tools and enables you to collect, edit and transcribe video-based interaction data.
08.12.2017 kl. 09.00 - 08.12.2017 kl. 16.00
The first part of this course takes place online at dighumlab.moodle.aau.dk. The online parts of the course are organised as self-study where you go through material and tasks on your own. This should enable you to; capture video, edit it, getting the data into CLAN, ELAN or Transana, and start transcribing the material. The online parts are followed by a full day workshop (December 8th 2017) on advanced transcriptions practices in CLAN, ELAN or Transana. Before the face-to-face workshop, you need to have imported data into CLAN, ELAN or Transana and have begun a basic transcription of the data that will act as the point of departure for the work in the face-to-face workshop. The CLAN masterclass is from 9-12, while the ELAN and Transana masterclasses run simultaneously from 12.30-15:30. Online and face-to-face activities include practical exercises.
The course is for PhD-students, post docs, master students upon recommendation from their teachers, as well as senior researchers. Course starts at 9.00 and ends at 16.00. Max. 12 participants and a minimum of 6 participants. Online activities are estimated to last 16 hours. The online course will kick-off 24th of November.
Teachers are partly employees under theme 3 of DigHumLab and partly external specialists.
Course responsible are Thomas Ryberg and Jacob Davidsen.
Teachers: Max Eckardt (SDU), Jacob Davidsen (AAU) and Thomas Ryberg (AAU).
100kr to cover coffee & tea and lunch (or bring your own lunch – please indicate when registering).
DigHumLab - Theme 3: Interaction and Design Studie
Rendsburggade 14, 9000 Aalborg – Room 6.235.
23.11.2017 kl. 12.00
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