Technology Project Presentation


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  • He is currently following my blog and keeping up to date with the progress of the project and I will get to meet him at the Countdown To The Games event in February.
  • Technology Project Presentation

    1. 1. TECH3010 Technology project<br />Verbal Presentation – Jacqueline Feather<br />
    2. 2. What is my project? <br />Two documentaries:<br />Same topic<br />What format of documentary is most effective?<br />First documentary:<br />Online video<br />Creative edit<br />Interactive<br />Second documentary:<br />Ready for television broadcast<br />Story line<br />Production blog:<br />All through the project<br />Gain feedback<br />Produce and present research and ideas to audiences<br />
    3. 3. What will I learn from the project?<br />How the format of the documentaries effect the viewers<br />Do they gain more information from different formats of documentary<br />Gain information on citizen journalism and 2012 Olympics<br />How they are working together to get Leicester’s communities more involved in the games<br />Knowledge of online broadcasts<br />Formats<br />Editing styles<br />Etc.<br />Knowledge of television broadcasts<br />Formats<br />Editing styles<br />Etc.<br />
    4. 4. Why am I doing the project?<br />To carry out an investigation<br />Different documentary formats<br />To find out what makes an effective documentary<br />Information included in documentary<br />The style of the edit<br />Investigate citizen journalism and community media<br />Take part in community media<br />Find out about who is involved<br />Why is it there?<br />What are its aims?<br />
    5. 5. Is the project on schedule?<br />All research is complete<br />Planning almost complete<br />Attended lectures/conferences/community media cafes<br />Made contacts<br />Jennifer Jones <br />John Coster<br />Andy Miah<br />Meetings with supervisor and contacts to keep updated on project process<br />
    6. 6. Jennifer Jones<br />PhD student<br />Doctoral researcher<br />Focuses on media landscapes around mega-events<br />And non-sport activities of the Olympic movement<br />Huge involvement in the Vancouver winter Olympics<br />Looking to do similar things here with the London games<br />
    7. 7. John Coster<br />Managing editor of Citizens eye<br />A community news scheme based in Leicester<br />Wants to achieve a goal of 2,012 reporters by the year 2012.<br />Working closely with researchers to set up community media cafes during the games to get the communities of Leicester actively involved.<br />
    8. 8. Professor Andy Miah<br />Co-editor of the online, academic serial ‘Culture at the Olympics<br />Supervisor of Jennifer Jones<br />They work together closely on the research of the non-sporting aspects of the Olympics.<br />
    9. 9. Places I have been…<br />Citizen Journalism Seminar at DMU<br />During the first community media week<br />Organised by Citizens Eye<br />At the lecture was<br />John Coster<br />Editor in chief of Citizens Eye<br />Simon Parker<br />Co-editor of Citizens Eye<br />Keith Perch<br />Chief editor of Leicester Mercury<br />
    10. 10. Places I have been…<br />1st Olympic Conversations<br />Held during Community Media Week<br />Involved the community reporters of Leicester<br />Talked about issues they wanted changing<br />Things they felt Leicester could do to participate<br />Held at the Pedestrian Arts Centre, Leicester<br />Jennifer<br />Rachel (Another Researcher)<br />Community Reporters<br />Me<br />
    11. 11. What will you learn from the project?<br />Different documentary formats<br />Online<br />Television<br />And other formats<br />Issues and impacts 2012 games<br />Processes of documentary making<br />Research<br />Pre-production<br />Production<br />Post-production<br />
    12. 12. Key aspects to address from now on…<br />Countdown to the games event in London<br />Held at ExCel London<br />Will be on the 8th February 2011<br />A chance to show how students, universities and colleges across the UK are becoming actively involved in the games in preparation for 2012<br /> Have permission to film the event to use in my documentaries<br />Film interviews with citizen journalists<br />Find out what it means to them to be a citizen journalist<br />Who can be a journalist<br />Edit footage in two different formats<br />Online<br />Creative<br />Fun<br />Interactive<br />Television<br />Structured<br />Formal<br />
    13. 13. How will the success be measured?<br />Carry out focus groups for people to see the documentaries<br />Show both the online and television documentary<br />Get the audiences to fill in surveys about what information they have gained from watching the documentaries<br />Which one did they gather more information from?<br />Which one did they enjoy more?<br />How professional the final documentaries look<br />Would I publish it on the internet?<br />Would it be accepted for a television broadcast?<br />
    14. 14. Any questions?<br />