One of the main objectives of the tour is to open up new ways of thinking and working in media and comms, in fact across the creative industries. Being out […]
In the Rogerseller design elective we’ve been thinking about how assessment (undergraduate) fits with this type of complex problem. It seems inappropriate to boil it down to how well a […]
Etienne and Beverly Wenger-Trayner, in their blog develop the idea of leadership groups for social learning as a means to distribute learning. This provides a way for learning situations to scale up, […]
*To paraphrase Jay Rosen, From: The People Formerly Known as the Audience (2012) How and Why I teach social media Social and digital media is rapidly becoming the prime […]
Over the next two weeks I have set myself the challenge to tweet in as many different ways and on a variety of topics to get a real sense of […]
NEUTRAL QUESTIONING: A NEW APPROACH TO THE REFERENCE INTERVIEW by Brenda Dervin and Patricia Dewdney
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This is a compilation of thoughts leading to an essay… Premises: – the changing audience drives new practices – communication design is a part of the media I then assert […]