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Tech1002 14 lab week 07 001 2013 10-31

  1. 1. Photography and the Digital Image TECH1002 Social Media and Technology Week 7 Lab Presentation week 2
  2. 2. • Have you contributed to the module discussion board this week? • Try to contribute something each week
  3. 3. Personal Learning Journal • Get into the habit of writing at least weekly blog posts reflecting on your module studies without either having to be told or asked to do so – your personal learning journal should become a routine task each week in preparation for are you in the ‘PLJ groove’? assessment -
  4. 4. Introduction • We have two things to do this week: • 1. Review the remix videos from last week • 2. Co-Teaching Team Task: Create an online presentation (no limit on the number of slides) on the topic of online participatory photography culture
  5. 5. Remix Video Review • We will watch the remix videos • Leave a comment for feedback using the ‘Comment’ button at the foot of the wiki page • Further work: you could blog about making the remix video for your ‘personal learning journal’ • How did you approach the task? What did you learn about remixing video technically or creatively? What do you think about remix as a form of creativity and communication?
  6. 6. Co-Teaching Team Task Outline • In your team, use either Slideshare or Prezi to create an online presentation about online photography culture and share on the lab class wiki • The presentation should do the following: • Compare and contrast the Sleeveface and Dear Photograph blogs as examples of online participatory photography culture
  7. 7. Online Photography Culture One or more persons obscuring or augmenting any part of their body or bodies with record sleeve(s) causing an illusion. Hold a picture from the past in the place where it was photographed and take a picture of the picture. Add a caption to explain the meaning it has for you. • Two examples of online participatory photography blogs that have also become books
  8. 8. • The term 'Sleeveface’ was devised in April 2007 by Carl Morris and with his friend John Rostron, he put them online and created a Facebook group • They co-authored a book Sleeveface : Be The Vinyl (2008), based on worldwide submissions to their WordPress site Sleeveface • There is also a Sleevefacer iPhone app Picture Credit: Craig and Pete: ‘Listen with múm’ • (Wikipedia, 2012)
  9. 9. • Watch the ‘How to Sleeveface’ video to see creativity in action here
  10. 10. • Dear Photograph began as an idea in 2011 • Via a Tumblr blog, Taylor Jones invited people to re-photograph old photos in the place they were originally taken • It became a book in 2012 • The blog attracts 15,00020,000 views each day and an app is in development (Hernandez, 2012)
  11. 11. (Dear Photograph, 2012)
  12. 12. What to do: A Summary • Research – study the two photography blogs, including reading background information such as online articles • Create an online presentation that compares and contrasts the two blogs and your discussion of this kind of participatory photography • Record all the sources that you use in your research • Record not just written sources, but image sources so that you can reference them • Use citation in the presentation text and provide a list of references at the end of your presentation • The DMU Harvard Referencing Guide
  13. 13. Referencing • Here’s a Harvard reference for an article about Dear Photography: • Hernandez, B. A. (2012) ‘Dear Photograph’ Turns 1, Spawns Book, Prepares for App Launch [WWW]. Available from: http://mashable.com/2012/05/25/dearphotograph-blog-anniversary/ [Accessed 12/11/12]. • Here’s how to reference and acknowledge this online image from the Dear Photography blog: • Brad (2012) Pond Hockey [Online image]. Available from: http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_md 8g7aHbl91qcuqzso1_500.jpg [Accessed 12/11/12 Brad: ‘Pond Hockey’
  14. 14. Finishing Off • Once your online presentation is completed, create a new wiki page in the lab class wiki and embed your presentation into the page (see the next slide for ‘how to embed’) • Finally, create a link to this new page on the ‘Photography Culture’ page
  15. 15. How to Embed Online Presentations in the Blackboard Wiki: Slideshare [1] • Slideshare: • 1. Click the ‘Add Mashup’ button in the page editor and select ‘Slideshare Presentation’ • 2. Select ‘Specific Presentation (URL’) in the ‘Search Type’ menu, paste the URL of your presentation into ‘Search’ and click ‘Go’
  16. 16. How to Embed Online Presentations in the Blackboard Wiki: Slideshare [2] • 3. Click ‘Select’ • 4. Under ‘Mash-up Options’ choose ‘Embed Presentation’ and click ‘Submit’ • 5. Finally, click ‘Submit’ to save the page.
  17. 17. How to Embed Online Presentations in the Blackboard Wiki: Prezi • 1. Copy the embed code for the Prezi by clicking ‘Share’, the ‘Embed’ tab and the ‘Copy code to clipboard’ button • 2. Now you can paste the code into the wiki page – in the edit wiki page toolbar, click the toggle button to access the HTML mode, paste in the code and ‘Submit’ to save the page
  18. 18. Bibliography Dear Photograph (2012) Brad’s blog post [WWW]. Available from: http://dearphotograph.com/post/35347141392/dear-photograph-my-dad-and-i-madethe-cedar-strip [Accessed 12/11/12]. Hernandez, B. A. (2012) ‘Dear Photograph’ Turns 1, Spawns Book, Prepares for App Launch [WWW]. Available from: http://mashable.com/2012/05/25/dear-photograph-bloganniversary/ [Accessed 12/11/12]. Wikipedia (2012) Sleeveface [WWW]. Available from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sleeveface [Accessed 12/11/12].

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