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Integrated sessions: Presenting with Style & Graphics

Presenting with Style; Utilising Infographics & Visuals

For Modern Researcher 2, w/c 9th November 2020

This workshop is arranged in three parts. Work through each of these parts in order, following the videos, reading and activities in each tab:

Part A: Presenting with style

Navigate the tabs below to access the activities and videos for this section:

Watch this: Presenting with style [video 1]

Activity A: Finding appropriate images

For this activity, we want you to try and find some appropriate photographs to illustrate the three topics introduced in the video. Use the free photography/image resources from our Digital Student website to help you get started and then share your favourite idea on the Canvas discussion posts below: 

Activity A - Picture ideas for: Barriers to inclusive education can be physical, psychological and social

Activity A - Picture ideas for: Kingston upon Hull was the 2017 UK City of Culture

Activity A - Picture ideas for: Power dynamics are often subtle

Watch this: Citation and attribution [video 2]

Watch this: Creating your own diagrams [video 3]

Activity B: Creating a diagram

For this activity we want you to create a diagram to represent some element of your research structure. This could be your whole project, just your literature review, a particular chapter, how your conceptual framework impacts your research - anything that will be useful for you. We will use this week's webinar as an opportunity to share these with each other.

Part B: Images & copyright

Navigate the tabs below to access the activities and videos for this section:

Watch this: Images & copyright [video 4]

Activity C - read this: What is a creator?

We know that the creator of a work is the original owner of the copyright – but how do we define ‘creator’?   What’s the right thing to do when you don’t know who the creator is?

Guadamuz, A (2018)  “Can the monkey selfie case teach us anything about copyright law?

(And if you want to know the outcome of PETA’s appeal on behalf of the monkey)

Part C: Using images for outstanding presentations

Watch the video and then look at the question on the Activity tab above.

Watch this: Using images for outstanding presentations [video 5]

This activity is consider and form an opinion about the ethical question posed towards the end of the video: At which point does legitimate image editing become tampering? We will discuss this in the live session.

Ethical question posed in the video

Which stage is acceptable editing?

  1. Leave as original
  2. Adjust contrast
  3. Remove blemishes
  4. Crop
  5. Remove outliers
  6. Reconstruct