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

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