You will explore relevant issues and topics such as ethics, consent, moral rights, copyright, sustainability, cultural policy and artificial intelligence as they relate to practice and research in Creative Arts and Media. You will learn how to communicate discussion of these topics to diverse audiences. You will develop and refine research and communication skills appropriate for postgraduate study and your ongoing practice. Topics in Creative Arts and Media culminates in the creation of a short podcast, where you will present a topic or issue to engage a general audience.
|Unit name||Topics in Creative Arts and Media|
|College/School||College of Arts, Law and Education
School of Creative Arts and Media
|Coordinator||Doctor Jane Woollard|
|Delivered By||University of Tasmania|
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- Critically analyse current debates in scholarship in the creative arts and media and communication.
- Evaluate and summarise a range of source materials relevant to your research interests.
- Use written and oral modes of presentation to communicate scholarly concepts, debates, and theories to diverse audiences.
- Apply the podcast form to communicate creative arts and media practice and research.
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Off Campus (Hobart and Launceston)
Weekly synchronous 2-hour lecture and online tutorial
|Assessment||Task 1: Quiz (10%)|Task 2: Written assignment (30%)|Task 3: Oral presentation (30%)|Task 4: Podcast (30%)|
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Required readings will be listed in the unit outline prior to the start of classes.
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