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  • Production Lab
    • Today:
    • Ammo Talwar – Punch Records
    • Live briefs
    • Submitting your project idea
  • Live briefs
    • Working on a project where the parameters are defined by a ‘client’
    • Ammo Talwar – Punch Records
    • Alexa Torlo – New Technology Institute
    • Other live briefs…..
  • Other Live Briefs
    • Alexa Torlo – New Technology Institute
    • [email_address]
  • Blue Eyed Soul Dance Company / Dance Transformations
    • Dance Company supporting inclusive dance with disabled and non-disabled artists of all ages.
          • Finding ways to draw more online traffic to their site and social media presence.
          • Focussing on broader UK and International social networks with complimenting interest areas, to build a campaign for this unique programme.
    • http://bit.ly/Plab-dance
  • Library of Birmingham
    • Race Online 2012 project
          • Getting 50 housebound citizens online.
          • Developing a social networking site for these users
    • http://bit.ly/Plab-lib
    • [email_address]
  • Fish in a Bottle
    • Research for a new social archive website.
          • Researching archive content in all forms of media
          • 6 week internship
    • http://bit.ly/Plab-fish
    • CV to info@fishinabottle.com
  • The Positive Ideas Company
    • Social Media project
          • New social media tool that will facilitate interaction between strangers in public
          • Research project with potential users
    • Iman Fadaei - info@positive-ideas.com
  • Phase 1: Audit
    • What have you learnt so far on the course?
  • Phase 2: Experiment
    • How can I use my skills to innovate?
    • How can I create a lab for myself?
    • It shouldn’t matter if things go wrong.
  • Lab time
    • Feb 21 st – begin
    • May 3 rd – end
    • 7 weeks excluding Easter break
  • Assessment
    • Lab report and evaluation (60% 20th May 2011)
      • Project Initiation Document
      • Highlight reports
      • Blog posts
      • Poster
      • Evaluation
    • Submit Project Initiation Document
    • (by Friday 18 th Feb)
  • Project Initiation Document
    • Summary
    • Context
    • Objectives
    • Approach
    • Partnership
    • Risks
  • Project summary
    • “ Edit a local website for a period of time; try to innovate around content; shape an editorial stance; consider how to make the blog sustainable”
  • Context
    • Lots of debate about ‘hyperlocal’ (research)
    • Different Models (examples)
  • Objectives
    • Experiment with different media
    • Make an attempt to get readers more involved
    • Create a clear editorial stance for the blog
  • Project Approach
    • Create a small team to help me work on the blog (especially as Cadbury story is about to go HUGE)
    • Create ‘packages’ of work with clear deliverables
  • Partners
    • Yes. Two undergraduate students.
  • Risks
    • My day job gets in the way.
    • A stronger editorial style puts readers off.
    • Mitigation:
    • Work as a team.
    • Consult locals before publication.
  • Blog
    • Use daveharte.com for reflecting
  • Project Initiation Document
    • Fill in a form (http://bit.ly/PID2011)
    • Send it to your Project Board
    • Project boards feed back to you
    • Simple feedback
      • ‘ it’s great’,
      • ‘ have a word with your tutor’,
      • ‘ have asked Dave to have a look’
  • How we’re organised: Project Board Project Manager(s) Programme Management m e and tutors o ther students you
  • How we’re organised: Purple Red Yellow Brown Green Blue Black Orange R esponsible for 5 or 6 S tudents each
  • Next week
    • No formal lesson.
    • Project boards meet to look at PIDs and feed back to students.
    • Project boards send copies to me
      • (let me know issues / concerns)