BCM112: Digital Artefact Contextual Essay Throughout this Autumn session of BCM112 my partner (Isabella Franco) and I have been working on a digital artefact called ‘UOW Exposed’. It has been created in the form of a Facebook page operated by myself, and a Tumblr blog operated primarily by Franco with the addition of a progress blogpost … More Contextual Essay- Digital Artefact
Hi everyone! As a part of my BCM112 digital artefact I’ve created a progress blog to take note of and share the process of developing the digital artefact. It’ll detail the steps my partner and I undertook, the challenges we faced, the much needed highlights as well as any obstacles we may have come across. … More Digital Artefact Progress Blogpost:
Just how true to real life is the content you publish on social media? Whether it’s a Facebook status, Instagram photo or update about your life on Twitter, are you carefully deciding what does and does not make the cut? It doesn’t matter how many followers each of us have. When posting on social media … More Real Or Virtual?
With the world of news and media publishing constantly changing, its not new news that the traditional legacy news and media model is struggling to survive. News is no longer solely provided by a few large corporations, which are trusted by all and given an abundance of resources to discover information and charge for it. … More Just Who Can Be A Journalist?
Hi everyone! With new generations being born and raised on the web, technology is everywhere and is influencing everything. Its giving us not only the power to produce creative media content but also to take it, change it around, interchange it with other media and turn it into something almost unrecognisable. Allow us to enter … More Remixes.
Source 10: Faces of UOW (Author Unknown), 2016, Facebook Page, Faces of UOW, retreived 21/4/16 from: Faces of UOW This source is a Facebook page which like the digital artefact my partner and I are developing, involves the posting of images of individuals along with direct quotes that they have given. This source is … More REPLACEMENT: Source 10
Source 9: Book: ‘Business Etiquette for Dummies’ Fox.S, 2008, Business Etiquette for Dummies, 2nd Edition, Indianna, Wiley Publishing Inc, pg 83-93 from: http://site.ebrary.com.ezproxy.uow.edu.au/lib/uow/reader.action?docID=10296769 This source is a book which as a whole teaches individuals proper business etiquette in a seemingly simple manner. The book however becomes relevant to the digital artefact assessment in the chapter … More Digital Artefact Sources #9-#10
Source 6: Website Post: Tips For University Beginners Youth Central, 2016, 9 Tips For Starting 1st Year, retrieved 17/4/16 from: http://www.youthcentral.vic.gov.au/studying-training/tertiary-study/9-tips-for-starting-1st-year This website post gives a few tips and pieces of advice for students entering into their first year of university. Although these tips may seem like common sense or may be information that is … More Digital Artefact Sources #6- #8
Source #3: Forbes Article On Facebook Post Suggestions: Heather Hueman, 2015, 17 Awesome Facebook Business Page Post Ideas For Small Businesses, retrieved 16/4/16 from: http://www.socialquant.net/facebook-business-page-tips/ This is an article providing suggestions and inspiration on the kind of content my partner and I may be able to create for the ‘UOW Exposed’ Facebook Page (however we … More Digital Artefact Source #3-#5
Source #2: Online Weblink to a Site Giving Tips On Conducting Interesting Interviews Nicholas Tart, 2009, 10 Tips For Creating Awesome Interviews For Your Blog, retrieved 16/4/16 from:http://www.incomediary.com/10-tips-creating-awesome-interviews-blog This source is an article created on the internet discussing ten strategies that one can employ in order to make interviews more interesting for users. It is … More Digital Artefact Source #2