Creative Digital Media Practices

Integrating Visual and Dialogic Communication Theories

Bidragets oversatte titel: Digitale Medier som Kreativ Praksis: Integrering af Teorier om Visuel og Dialogisk Kommunikation

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    Resumé

    The presentation reviews the interplay of dialogic (Bakhtin, 1981) and multimodal theories on media production practices, with attention to visual communication (Kress and van Leeuwen, 2001, 2006). This theoretical approach aids in reflecting on digital media practices as novel (new) sign systems, which remix older sign systems. Meanings are seen as not produced in a sign, but through dialogic processes within and between multimodal texts, and within the authors and viewers (audience). The evolution of language as a dialogic process is also impacted by a new media ecology and new economy based on collaboration (Benkler, 2006).
    The shift toward visual modes and digital media practices pose many pedagogical challenges for academics. I want to raise questions on how to teach “dialogically” with and through creative, digital media practices based on my plans for a course in Fall, 2011, where students develop a collaborative digital storytelling showcase for their own digital stories about Roskilde University.
    This course is intended to bring up reflections on the wider phenomenon of contemporary media practices, such as: YouTube, DIY (do-it-yourself) filmmaking or homemade, garage cinema (Jenkins, 2006, 2009), machinima (machine + cinema + anime, real-time animation captured in games etc.), and the digital storytelling movement. A dialogic perspective on the diversity of digital media practices opens up for understanding the complex evolution of language on socio-historical, cultural and personal levels.
    The discussion includes pedagogical issues in regards to the upcoming university course, such as: how to encourage dialogic reflection between students as authors and viewers of digital stories, and how to support their application and integration of visual and dialogic communication theories.
    OriginalsprogEngelsk
    Publikationsdato5 maj 2011
    Antal sider1
    StatusUdgivet - 5 maj 2011
    BegivenhedPostdigital Encounters: Creativity and Improvisation: Journal of media practice symposium 2011 - Watershed Media Centre, Bristol, Storbritannien
    Varighed: 24 jun. 201124 jun. 2011

    Symposium

    SymposiumPostdigital Encounters: Creativity and Improvisation
    LokationWatershed Media Centre
    LandStorbritannien
    ByBristol
    Periode24/06/201124/06/2011

    Bibliografisk note

    Symposiet ‘Postdigital Encounters: Creativity and Improvisation’ er tilknyttet The Journal of Media Practice, Intellect Publ.
    Værter er Digital Cultures Research Centre and the Creative Media Research Group, University of the West of England

    Emneord

    • mediepædagogik
    • dialogisk kommunikation
    • Visuel kultur

    Citer dette

    Frølunde, L. (2011). Creative Digital Media Practices: Integrating Visual and Dialogic Communication Theories. Abstract fra Postdigital Encounters: Creativity and Improvisation, Bristol, Storbritannien.
    Frølunde, Lisbeth. / Creative Digital Media Practices : Integrating Visual and Dialogic Communication Theories. Abstract fra Postdigital Encounters: Creativity and Improvisation, Bristol, Storbritannien.1 s.
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