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    6th Visual learning conference Visual learning: time – truth – tradition

Az esemény műfaja:
Nemzetközi konferencia

Tudományterület:
Filozófia, Pedagógia

Kezdés: 
2015. november 13. 9.00 

Befejezés: 
2015. november 14. 17.40

Program:
Friday, November 13, 2015
OPENING ADDRESS
9:00–9:30 Prof. Dr. Benedek LÁNG, Vice-dean, BME
Dr. György MOLNÁR, Head, Department of Technical Education

PLENARY SESSION 1
Chair: Aczél, Petra
9:30–10:10 KUSCH, Martin
Relativism and Scepticism
10:10–10:50 NYÍRI, Kristóf
Towards a Theory of Common-Sense Realism
10:50–11:10 COFFEE BREAK

SECTION 1
Chair: Carreno, Javier
11:10–11:40 CARRENO, Javier
Husserl on the Right Timing of Depictions and Imagings
11:40–12:10 CRIPPEN, Matthew
Implicit Narrative, Images and Dewey’s Aesthetics
12:10–12:40 DANKA, István
Which Way to Argue (For): The Visual, the Linguistic and the Symbolic
12:40–13:30 LUNCH

POSTER SESSION 1: POSTER-STORM (5 min. / presentation)
Chair: Veszelszki, Ágnes
13:30–14:30 CSORDÁS, Hédi
Visual Arguments: Moving vs. Still Images in the WWF’s Campaigns
ENDRŐDY-NAGY, Orsolya
Paintings and illuminated manuscripts as sources of History of Childhood
GOLINOWSKA, Karolina
The ""Repair"" of Culture
HAVASMEZŐI, Gergely
Images in the Hungarian Online News
HORVÁTH, Cz. János
Microcontent Generation Framework as a Learning Innovation
JÁSZ, Borbála
The Development of Pictograms
KÁRPÁTI, Andrea – KOVÁCS, Hajnalka
Representing time and place in child art: a longitudinal study
PÁL, Dániel Levente
Zooming as a cultural technique
SCHREIBER, Ewa
Visions of unity in the musical thought of contemporary composers.
Between time and space
VIRÁG, Ágnes
Relationship of TIME and BUILDING in Csaba Nemes’ painting titled by Kádár’s Weekend House

SECTION 2
Chair: Deli, Eszter
14:30–15:00 VESZELSZKI, Ágnes
#time, #truth, #tradition. An image-text relationship on Instagram:
the hashtag
15:00–15:30 BARKÓCZI, Janka – DELI, Eszter
The communication strategy of a national disaster news and negative news
15:30–16:00 MOLNÁR, György – SZŰTS, Zoltán
Image Recognition by Human Computers.
Scientific crowdsourcing in nonformal Education
16:00–16:20 COFFEE BREAK

PLENARY SESSION 2
Chair: Szűts, Zoltán
16:20–17:00 ACZÉL, Petra
Rediscovering the Visual in Rhetorical Tradition:
Persuasion as Visionary in Suasory Discourse
17:00–17:40 BARNEY, Timothy
The Rhetorical Lives of Cold War Maps
POSTER SESSION 2
17:40–18:30 All poster presenters
19:30–22:00 CONFERENCE DINNER
Saturday, November 14, 2015

PLENARY SESSION 3
Chair: Nyíri, Kristóf
9:30–10:10 KATZ, James E.
Selfies from communicational and psychological perspectives
10:10–10:50 GOODNOW, Trischa
I Know You Are, But What Am I? The Visual (non)-Culture of the Selfie
10:50–11:10 COFFEE BREAK
SECTION 3
Chair: Kárpáti, Andrea
11:10–11:40 BENEDEK, Andrew G.
Graph-based Knowledge Architectures—Their Time, Truth and Tradition
11:40–12:10 KÁRPÁTI, Andrea – KIS-TÓTH, Lajos – RACSKÓ, Réka – ANTAL, Péter –BORBÁS, László
Visualising time in education through mobile ICTs devices
12:10–12:40 GOLDEN, Dániel
Visual Management of Time
12:40–13:30 LUNCH

POSTER SESSION 3
13:30–14:30 All poster presenters
SECTION 4
Chair: Benedek, András
14:30–15:00 KOMÁR, Zita
Feminine and masculine metaphors
in the context of Hungarian political culture
15:00–15:30 SZABÓ, Krisztina
Digital and Visual Literacy:
The Role of Visuality in Nowadays Digital Reading
15:30–16:00 BENEDEK, András
Sysbook as a Visual Learning Frame

PLENARY SESSION 4
Chair: Katz, James E.
16:00–16:40 GIARDINO, Valeria
Space and action to reason: from gesture to mathematics
16:40–17:20 KRÄMER, Sybille
Can a documentary film be a kind of testimony and bearing witness?
CONFERENCE CLOSING
17:20–17:40 Concluding discussion

Szervező intézmények:

Helyszínek:
 

Régió: 
Közép-Magyarország

Kapcsolattartó:
vll2015@eik.bme.hu
http://goo.gl/forms/l1cSuZ5kC6

Az esemény honlapja:
http://vll.mpt.bme.hu/

Szinposzis:
Visual Learning: TIME – TRUTH – TRADITION
How do the visual and the temporal hang together, what are the relation-ships between image and time? What is visual truth, and how is it affected by the passage of time? How are images handed down, and what do traditions amount to, in the network age?
Contributions are invited from educational, communication, and media theorists, philosophers, linguists, psychologists, and other interested scholars on the following and related topics: educational theory and visual learning; resemblance, representation, reality; image and language; images and media theory; visual rhetoric; pictorial meaning; pictorial communication—visual imagery; visual intelligence; the visual mind; the image problem in the history of philosophy; visual argument; scientific visualization; visualization and higher education; images in the network age.
  

Tudomány Ünnepe 2015