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Fourth Waikato visual-video research interest group symposium

Fourth Waikato visual-video research interest group symposium

The University of Waikato visual-video research interest group is a pan-university group of scholars and emerging researchers who have an active interest in fostering and promoting visual and(or) video research methodologies and practice. We run regular webinars to foster and facilitate collaborations and dissemination of research and practice amongst members. Please join us in our next session (details below).

Date: 21st Oct 2020 (Wednesday)
Time: 1.00 – 2.00pm
The link to the zoom session is  https://waikato.zoom.us/j/97568108059
Speakers are:

1. Dr Nicola Daly (Senior Lecturer, Division of Education) speaking on Layout in bilingual picturebooks: why it matters.

Bilingual picturebooks feature illustrations and text in two languages. Over the last 15 years I have been examining the way languages are presented in picturebooks using a framework called linguistic landscape. In this presentation I will share findings related to books featuring languages from around the world, exploring why the layout of bilingual picturebook matters.

2. Ms Yun Zhou (PhD candidate, Division of Education) speaking on  Infographics for evidence-based story-telling in healthcare contexts

Being trustworthy and accessible are key features of infographics that inform people in healthcare contexts to make decisions. In this presentation, based on my on-going PhD project that aims to support medical students to create infographics, I will discuss components of infographics that are evidence-based and tell stories.

 

Each speaker will speak for 15 minutes followed by a five to 10 minutes Q & A.
The recording of previous sessions can be accessed from our group website.
Keep well and take care.
Elaine Khoo, Clive Pope and Maurice Cheng

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