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Digital Artefacts as a Program of Study

An alternative higher education assessment practice for media and communication studies
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Christopher Moore

on 6 July 2015

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Transcript of Digital Artefacts as a Program of Study

Digital Artefacts as a Program of Study
Dr Teodor Mitew
Lecturer, Digital Media & Communication
Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts
University of Wollongong
@tedmitew
tedmitew.com
research, production, aggregation, curation, reflection
student-defined, student-owned project
must be
accessible to a global public
must have
clearly defined social utility
digital artefact
[DIGC202 - DIGC302]
PopUp Talk [2013]
https://www.youtube.com/user/popuptalk
Humans of UOW [2013]
https://www.facebook.com/humansofuow
thank you
DIGC202 artefact
Continuing as independent project
Continuing as independent project
Continuing as
Faces of UOW
[2014]
http://facesofuow.tumblr.com/
can be
extended across subjects/years
digital artefact
[DIGC202]
https://www.facebook.com/facesofuow
PopUp Talk -
The 'UOW Experience' Campaign
[2014]
Dr Christopher Moore
Lecturer, Digital Media & Communication
Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts
University of Wollongong
@cl_moore
cryptocommonicon.wordpress.com
what is a
digital artefact
?
drones
3d printing
DIGC310 DIGITAL GAME CULTURES
virtual reality
from theory to practice
motion capture
LHA Teaching & Learning Grant
LHA (TAEM) Equipment Grant
affordances and interfaces
student research, reflection, criticism and mediation
Ivan Ng - 3D printing and Oculus Rift [BCM112]
Sam Noakes - 3D printed prosthetic hand [BCM112]
2015 DA initiatives supported by
3D printing Digital Literacy workshops organized in collaboration with UOW Library
2015
OLT grant application
with the
UoW Library
to develop a virtual 3d gallery for Australian Cultural Conservation and
Student VR Portfolios
wearable cameras
The Yellow House
VR conservation and gallery project
affordances
the future
collaboration
questions?
scratching the surface...
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