New Media and Journalism: Session overview 29june

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  • 1. New Media and Journalism track intro on Monday 29th June 1.Where are the participants from, who are they? 60 min Marek 2.Introducing the person sitting next to you. 1.Participants' expectations and needs. 10 min Marek EXPECTATIONS •gathering information •audio and video, music production •how media can create change •case studies from North/South •mash-ups and impact •stories for mainstream media •social media •how the media is changing local communities •interviewing and podcasting •better persuasive writing •the future of new media •engaging with people •how to deliver a message •internet security •how is the media affecting us directly •credibility of new media •your personal style of delivering a message • 1.3. Giving the overview. How can the participants contribute? 15 min Michael and John 2. 3.4. Asking about their campaigning background and experience. Asking about their online behaviour. 15 min (combined) Dan and Tanya 4. ONLINE BEHAVIOUR •use new media 100% •use twitter 20% •have broadband 65%
  • 2. •blog subscription 4 people •reviewing products online 50% •commenting online (web, blogs) 75% •receiving e-mails about current issues/ from organisations etc. that you had previously signed up for 90% •uploading video/audio material online 50% •having a social profile site (Facebook, Myspace etc.) 100% • DIGITAL COMMUNICATION ECOLOGY (online behaviour) example 1/ person number 1 •calls herself technically challenged •NEVER USE: online shopping, RSS, internet banging, micro-blogging, •USE: using email, facebook, creating e- group, text messaging, blogging, online searches, watching videos. •WHY IS HER ECOLOGY DIFFERENT: different because of how she structured the ecology (a tree shaped diagram) 1.5. Asking about their level of technical skills. 5 min Nick (on Tuesday) 2. 3.6. CLOSURE. Tag cloud, conversation 4.Closure - Three key words from the beginning (showing a tag cloud): TAG CLOUD 1.food, country, music PIZZA, ALL MUSIC, U.S, LEBANON, ART, WRITING, STROGONOV, TO THE MOON AND BACK, CHICKEN, POLAND, OYSTERS, LATVIA, CHOCOLATE, JAZZ, U.S, ROCK N ROLL, LEBANON, APPLES, HIP HOP, LEBANON, UKRAINE, ICE CREAM, ROCK N ROLL, MOLDOVA, MOLDOVAN FOOD, HOUSE, TRANCE, EGYPT, INDIAN FOOD, ORIENTAL, JAZZ, HONG KONG, ORGANIC FOOD, SUSHI, I GOT A FEELING-BLACK EYED PEAS, MACEDONIA, INDIAN FOOD, LASAGNE, ROCK, LEBANON, LATIN MUSIC, U.S, HIP HOP, CHICKEN PARMESIAN, LEBANON, HIP HOP, DESSERTS. LEBANON, LEBANESE FOOD, ITALIAN FOOD, CHILL OUT, NEPAL, CHINESE FOOD, NEPAL MUSIC, MOROCCO, SOUP, MOROCCON MUSIC, U.S, CRAB OR LOBSTER LINGUINI, GOSPEL, LEBANON, LEBANESE FOOD, TRANCE, U.S, ICE CREAM, SYRIA, PIZZA, AUSTRALIA, MOROCCON FOOD, LOUNGE, ESTONIA, ITALIAN, SUSHI, INDIA, SPICY FOOD, U.S, ITALIAN, HIP HOP, CHICKEN, LEBANON, BBQ, CHACORON MACARON, U.S, STEAK,
  • 3. SALADS, ROCK, COUNRTY, U.S, BEATLES, INDIAN FOOD, U.S, INDIAN FOOD, CLASSIC ROCK, REGGAE, PANAMA CITY, ALL MUSIC, INDIAN FOOD, JAZZ, REGGAE