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a story of disruptive media learning


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Disruptive Media Learning Lab
A story of an experimental laboratory...

23-24th November 2017
World Education Congress

In 2012 Coventry University had the ability to go online in a big way, instead however it sought to invest in its biggest asset - its students and academic staff.

It had recognised the potential of some small steps into the ‘open’ water which had caused some rather large ripples in the pond of global educational. Early experiments with open and collaboratively authored books, provocations made through freely available open education resources drew significant recognition and neutralised the historical hierarchies of the University. Through the simple act of 'opening it's doors' to a newly launched photography course, it’s on-campus students rapidly built up a network of thousands of people across 150+ international cities.

This is a short story focussing on a few of the highlights from those first three years of establishing the Disruptive Media Learning Lab, a cross-University experimental unit prompted by the radical, profound and systematic changes affecting Higher Education in a digital first era, seeking to challenge the existing status quo, by opening up education to provide a safe space for students and staff to re-model existing teaching learning practices in new and disruptive media spaces.

Thank you once again to the jury and council at the World Education Congress for this opportunity to share these ideas and your generous hospitality.

The biggest thank you however, goes to my remarkable team, my previous colleagues and students without each and everyone of you these wonderful achievements would not have been possible.

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a story of disruptive media learning

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  2. 2. #dilemma
  3. 3. #labinabag1:1 Scheme #openboundary +1million listens
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  5. 5. #assemblage made by assembling disparate parts
  6. 6. Background image courtesy of Julia Frost #bricolage French word meaning ‘do-it-yourself’
  7. 7. #negativespace
  8. 8. #thereveal
  9. 9. #soundfamiliar
  10. 10. #disruption
  11. 11. “ –Jim Groom …the disruption - is the disruption of a model of thinking, of a culture of accepting.
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  13. 13. #disruptivemedia
  14. 14. The Internet and the geospatial age have changed everything we thought we knew about photography. “ –Mishka Henner
  15. 15. Where there was once a single viewpoint there are now many thousands. “ –Mishka Henner
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  17. 17. In this golden age of perspectives, the infinite array of documents uploaded to the web offer unprecedented opportunities to reveal the workings of our world. “ –Mishka Henner
  18. 18. society for the diffusion of useful knowledgeFounded in 1826, Lord Brougham
  19. 19. “… do it by purpose.” –Lily Shaw
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  21. 21. “ –Glyn Moody …this situation ensures that almost everyone using the Internet is also breaking the law multiple times every day.
  22. 22. Photo by Markus Spiske @markusspiske on Unsplash understanding your digital footprint & online tracking
  23. 23. unleashing digital skills
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  29. 29. Large Dot Stickers (¾-inch) Small Dot Stickers (¼-inch) Computer TV / Monitor Packs of LEARN Cards Biro Pens Regular Postits Large Postits Optional: Apple TV Chromecast Whiteboard Paper Buzzers Ref:Google,
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  31. 31. via Bonnie Stewart
  32. 32. #newfotoscapes “Publication is rather just a stage in an ongoing process of temporal unfolding.”
  33. 33. Introduction: Disrupting the Journal of Media Practice 3 Centre for Disruptive Media and Disruptive Media Learning Lab #featured A Morning Coffee in Melbourne: 10 Discussing the Contentious Spaces of Media Practice Research Craig Batty, Leo Berkeley and Smiljana Glisovic, RMIT University Articles Web Annotation as Conversation and Interruption 20 Jeremiah H. Kalir, University of Colorado Denver Jeremy Dean, UniverCity: Images of Success and Structures of Risk 32 Adam Brown, London South Bank University Cinematologists: Knowing Sounds 50 Neil Fox, University of Falmouth Dario Llinares, University of Brighton Disrupting Academic Publishing: 54 Questions of Access in a Digital Environment Zachary J. McDowell, University of Illinois at Chicago Performative Publications 70 Janneke Adema, Coventry University Creative Practice as Research: Discourse on Methodology 84 R. Lyle Skains, Bangor University Remembering, Reflecting, Returning: A Return to Professional 100 Practice Journey Through Poetry, Music and Images Katherine Wimpenny, Coventry University Peter Gouzouasis, University of British Columbia Karen Benthall, Coventry VOLUME 9 ISSUE 1 2018 ISSN: Print: 1468-2753 Online: 2040-0926 CONTENTS THEDISRUPTEDJOURNALOFMEDIAPRACTICEVOLUME9ISSUE12018 Special Issue: The Disrupted Journal of Media Practice Guest Editors: Collectively edited by the Centre for Disruptive Media and the Disruptive Media Learning Lab at Coventry University THE DISR UPTED JOURNAL OF MEDIA PRACTICE
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  38. 38. Workshops across the UK #education
  39. 39. 1 A Guide to Open and Hybrid Publishing (Or how to create an image-based, open access book in 10 easy steps) #advocate #10easysteps
  40. 40. #enableothers
  41. 41. PHOTOMEDIATIONS: A READER #offspring
  42. 42. #calltoaction
  43. 43. #connecting #social #professional
  44. 44. Storm in a Teacup, 2016. Mark Murphy CC BY-NC-SA Storm in a Teacup, 2016. Mark Murphy CC BY-NC-SA #winner
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  50. 50. Jonathan Shaw @time_motion @disrupt_learn