How to analyse mutlimodal interactions from video
12-5pm, 5th June 2014
The aim of this MODE workshop is to consider and practice video analysis of multimodal interactions. The first part of the workshop involves three phases and draws on video data provided by the facilitators. First, we will focus on analytic observations – how to “notice” things from video. Second, we will run a demonstration of ELAN transcription program – how to log and transcribe our observations. Third, we will consider the analysis – what can be said about our observations.
The second part of the workshop enables participants to apply the steps of observation, transcription and analysis to short fragments of participants’ own video data. Therefore we welcome data from our participants, however we are limited to three fragments only (i.e. one data fragment from three participants).
Dr Terhi Korkiakangas (MODE, Institute of Education)
Katja Tuononen (PhD student, University of Eastern Finland)
If you would like to share some of your data at the workshop, please email firstname.lastname@example.org before 30th April. Please provide a short introduction to your data and, if possible, accompany a short sample of it for consideration.
If you do not want to share your data but would like to participate, please register at the online registration page. The event is free of charge but places are limited.
Institute of Education
20 Bedford Way
London WC1H 0AL