Funding for MODE events has now ended. If you’re interested in training around multimodal methods, please visit our free online course.
MODE Online Course
In this free intensive online course we introduce multimodal methods for analysing communication and learning with digital technologies. The course is organised around four areas of research/interest:
- video analysis of face to face interaction
- embodied cognition and interaction with tangible and mobile devices
- text making in digital and online environments (blogs, forums and websites)
- moving image and digital film production
We draw examples from range of different research sites, including hospitals, schools, galleries and online platforms. The technologies we explore include digital video recording devices and editing tools, Web 2.0 technologies, and mobile and tangible devices.
To access the course, go to the Bloomsbury Learning Environment and follow these steps:
- Create a new account
- Enrol in the MODE course
- Accept the terms and conditions of use
- Access the course.
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Learning in the Early Years: A Multimodal Perspective
27th November 2014, London Knowledge Lab
Multimodality: Methodological Explorations
15th-16th January 2015, Friends’ House, Euston, London
17th January 2015, London Knowledge Lab
MODE also hosts the Visual and Multimodal Forum, a student-run forum for postgraduate researchers; and a reading group.
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