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Presentation on writing evaluations and preparing production files for MAC 391 (2011)

Presentation on writing evaluations and preparing production files for MAC 391 (2011)

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  • 1. The (dreaded) Evaluation
    …..and other stuff
  • 2. What’s happening, when?
    Production files TODAY
    Playbacks next week
    The evaluation 26th May to library
  • 3. Production File
    Evidences what you have done
    But include:
    Updated proposal
    Research
    Planning / diaries / calendars / schedules
    Scripts / Running orders / editing logs
    Audience / market / genre research
    Risk Assessments
  • 4. And also…...
    Copyright
    Contributor permissions / releases
    Correspondence
    Credits / cast list / contributors
    Online billing
    Compliance
  • 5. Playbacks
    You + supervisor + 2nd marker
    = Lots and lots of lovely feedback
    Listen to 30 minutes
    Whole thing, part of it, highlights disc
    Discuss
  • 6. Evaluation
    Hand in 2 copies of a 2000-2500 word individual report
    Reference it
    Support your assertions or ideas
    Show what you did (group work)
    Structure it
    Spend time on it
  • 7. 1) Explain and Justify
    A justification of the style and content of your programme and the slot
    An explanation of any changes made since the project was pitched
    Comparative analysis with similar types of professional broadcast programmes
  • 8. 2) Review it
    Did it do what it was supposed to do?
    Strengths / weaknesses
    What *could* you have done?
    What did you nearly do?
    Be clear on your creative/actual input
  • 9. 3) Learning Points
    Relate to the ‘real world’
    How did you perform? Your team?
    Links to theoretical, historical, institutional contexts
    Does it fit into accepted styles, formats, genres?
  • 10. How to get it right….
    Critical NOT descriptive
    Explain reasons behind decisions
    Be honest and analytical
    Reference
    Organiseit and write clearly and concisely
    Use examples and evidence

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