Data sessions - Autumn 2019

Data sessions in Autumn 2019

Enhanced data sessions this semester will be held in the CREATE building. The reason is that we have some new equipment to make data sessions even more productive and this equipment is stored in CREATE. If a presenter prefers to have their data session in KS3, then this is possible.

The following data sessions are planned in Autumn 2019:

12th September, 13:00-15:00 in CREATE (RDB14 room 5.237)

  • Presenter: Antonia Lina Krummheuer
  • Topic: Antonia presented some video data with a new take on collaboration reminding processes while programming a robot with a person with severe memory loss.

10 OCTOBER, 13:00-15:00 in CREATE (RDB14 room 6.235)

  • Presenter: Giajenthiran (Kalle) Velmurugan
  • Topic: Problem-based Learning & Groupwork - An exploration through video recordings of how a student project group takes decisions.

31 OCTOBER, 13:00-15:00 in CREATE (RDB14 room 6.235)

  • Presenter: Paul McIlvenny
  • Topic: Paul presented some examples of a new type of data -- volumetric peformance capture -- that go beyond video data as we know it. The data session will explore how we can begin to analyse this novel data drawn from social interaction and instruction in virtual reality (VR).

21 November, 13:00-15:00 in CREATE (RDB14 room 6.235)

  • Presenter: Julia Zhukova Klausen and Line Rosbæk
  • Topic: Julia and Line will present video data which is a part of their project on energy-based therapy. The data will include two video clips from an individual 'healing' therapy session, in which Line figures as one of the participants and as the 'healer'. Julia and Line approach data from the perspective of mediated discourse analysis, where 'healing' is seen as mediated action/s carried out through multiple resources, e.g. talk, touch, gaze, etc., that the participants employ to direct, apply and receive the energies involved in the therapeutic processes as well as to account for and to negotiate the sensory and physiological experiences of their interaction with these energies.

5 December, 13:00-15:00 in CREATE (RDB14 room 6.235)

  • Presenter: Laura Bang Lindegaard
  • Topic: Laura presented some data from the public debate on climate change. The data stems, on the one hand, from the latest Debatten-programme Grøn, grønnere, grønnest (DR1, 26 September, 2019), and, on the other hand, from the programme's corresponding Facebook-page. Debatten "wants to unite the population on topics that separate it", and she is interested in, particularly, the categorisation work co-constituting this endeavour. The data represents a starting point for a project in which to investigate how the public participates in the debate on climate change at the intersections of traditional and social media and of deliberative democratic dialogue and affective public participation.

12 December, 13:00-15:00 in CREATE (RDB14 room 6.235)

  • Presenter: Anette Trøst Hansen
  • Topic: Anette is doing a Nexus Analysis (Scollon and Scollon:2004) of how a specific article in the Danish Law on Social Services is being implemented - resemiotized (Iedema 2001, 2003) - in practice. The article is a ‘prevention article’ aimed at preventing social problems from arising or existing problems from escalating for at risk children and families. The article is very broadly formulated thus leaving substantial room for interpretation. It is a case study of a ‘prevention team’ in the municipality of Bornholm where she has been following - with a camera - the central actors’ mediated actions. The data for the data session is a meeting between a social worker from the prevention team and two school teachers. The teachers are worried about some of their students and have asked the social worker from the prevention team for help.

9 January 2019, 13:00-15:00 in CREATE (RDB14 room 6.235)

  • Presenter: Dennis Puorideme
  • Topic: Difficult crossings of a busy traffic intersection in Ghana recorded on a 360-degree video camera
  • This was an opportunity for an exciting world premiere live virtual data session between Accra in Ghana and Aalborg. It was the first intercontinental data session supported by our very own CAVA360VR software. This software now supports multiple analysts collaborating as avatars with voice chat in both VR and non-VR modes while working with 360-degree video data.

23 January 2019, 13:00-15:00 in CREATE (RDB14 room 6.235)

  • Presenter: Jette Holt
  • Topic: In the data session Jette will present a fragment of recorded dialogue from field observation in the Danish health care sector. An infection control nurse is presenting surveillance data to the clinicians.