Helsinki Summer School in August 2019

Cicero Learning is taking part in Helsinki Summer School with two courses.

Cognition, Communication and the Brain: The course strives to teach the students how human behaviour and activity can be measured at both behavioural and neural levels. Especially, the course focuses on interdisciplinary approaches in studying cognitive sciences, speech sciences, and neuropsychology, using the most prominent methods in cognitive neurosciences and behavioural sciences.

The 21st-century Digital Storytelling: The new media, technology and frames of reality" The course welcomes Master’s and Doctoral students from education, the social sciences, and media and cultural studies interested in integrating a discursive narrative approach into research, study and work. The course takes an expanded view of digital storytelling as a space of intertextuality where multiple voices connect with technologies to pass a message through deliberation and documentation.

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