Call for Proposals. We request proposals that fall into one of the following categories: (a) photovoice project, (b) photovoice methodology, or (c) photovoice as pedagogy. Photovoice project refers to presentations wherein researchers who have used photovoice as a methodological approach discuss their work (e.g., discuss project findings). Photovoice methodology refers to presentations wherein aspects of the photovoice methodology and/or methods are discussed (e.g., theoretical underpinnings, camera type used, interview/focus group techniques). Photovoice as pedagogy refers to sessions dedicated to the use of photovoice as a teaching approach (e.g., infusion of a photovoice project into a college course).
A complete proposal includes the following information:
- Corresponding presenter’s name, contact information, and institutional affiliation.
- Co-presenters’ names and institutional affiliations (if applicable).
- Presentation title.
- Abstract of no more than 150 words.
- Categorical designation (photovoice project, photovoice methodology, or photovoice as pedagogy).
Click HERE to submit your proposal. The deadline for proposal submissions is Friday, March 6, 2020, at 5 pm (EST). Acceptance/rejection notice—along with presentation time and location—will be sent to the corresponding presenter via email on or by Friday, April 3, 2020.
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And for those preferring face-to-face learning environments, for online coursework, see courses offered by PhotoviceWorldwide.com
I recently met Dr. Laura Lorenz, who established PhotovoiceWorldwide.com with Russ “Doc” Dingley in 2002. This organization offers training and consulting in the use of photovoice methodologies. Upcoming online courses include: