|Time and place:||09:00-16:00 in room O94, SDU, Campus Odense|
|Registration:||Before March 12, 2020 please send a mail to
secretary, Jeanet Dal at firstname.lastname@example.org
For registration details, see at the bottom at this page
|Teacher:||Jana Pflaeging, University of Salzburg, Austria|
PhD-Masterclass: Academic Visualizations
with Jana Pflaeging, University of Salzburg
As the title of this master class indicates, academic visualization involves using visual resources and infographics to present research in academic publications, presentations and teaching. Visualization techniques are becoming more prevalent in, for example, linguistic and multimodal research, and they are an aid to communicating often complex information, including theory, in accessible and effective ways.
In this one-day class, students will learn techniques for presenting their research, including theory, data, findings and conclusions, through visual means such as images, drawings, diagrams and more. Jana Pflaeging brings to the course her research in linguistics and modality as well as her background in fine arts and design. The aim of the course is to give students the opportunity to work with their own material and to give and receive feedback on academic visualization.
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- Area Studies, the Study of Religions, Archaeology and History
- Language and Communication
- Literature, Aesthetics and Culture
- Design, IT and Communication
- Philosophy, Education and Media
Our events are open free of charge to PhD students from our own program, and from all other programs provided they also offer tuition free of charge to our students. ’Soon-to-be’ Phd students may also attend with permission from the event instructors and the Program Director, whom you should first contact if this applies to you (Cindie Aaen Maagaard at firstname.lastname@example.org). We are also very happy if members of staff wish to attend, particularly PhD supervisors, and will accommodate them in lieu of space. We ask all who attend an event to register. You’ll find the online registration form on the same page as the event description.