Ph.D course – Sci-Vi: visual science dissemination and communication
The course offers a theoretical, methodological and practical introduction to visualizing and communicating one’s own field of research, both to peers and target audiences of non-peers.
15.11.2021 - 19.11.2021
The Ph.D. student will gain insight into theory, methods, and tools to communicate research visually to different target groups (including the archetypes of peer-to-peer, special interest groups, and the general public).
The student will be introduced to the field of visual research dissemination, via visual storytelling, animation and interactive formats. The course offers a theoretical, methodological and practical introduction to visualizing and communicating one’s own field of research, both to peers and target audiences of non-peers.
The course’s theoretical and methodological framework is interdisciplinary with perspectives from the visual industry practice, storytelling and didactic communication.
THE TARGET GROUP of the course is Ph.D. students in both the humanities, social sciences and technical-natural science fields. As student, you will put your subject-professionalism into play through visual science communication.
The Animation Workshop, VIA University College - Center for Animation, Visualization and Digital Storytelling/Sci-Vi program and Aalborg University, Communication and Psychology’s Center for Interaktive Digitale Medier & Oplevelsesdesign (InDiMedia), Research Center Visual Studies and Learning Design (ViLD).
Aalborg University, Aalborg
25.10.2021 kl. 12.00