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Ut PROJECT BRIEF

Project Title Unit Title Level/Term Learning Log Tag Submission Date Unit Leader

Personal Showcase website Communication and Visualisation Level 1/Term 1 N/A

Credit Value and Weighting Unit Code Date of Issue

100% of 15 Credits DTV13104/C104 30/09/2013

Wednesday 27th November 2013 electronic text file uploaded to Moodle with a link to your completed website. Students must refer to their course timetable (via Moodle) for all learning and teaching activities. Stephen Sadler

Project Leader Stephen Sadler, William Jewell, Tim Riley and Other Staff Individually, you are required to create and submit a website. This will use the communication and visualisation skills taught to you over the course of the unit, through which you will develop your own unique styles and approaches. You need to design a website that will introduce your work as a practitioner and student of television and the media. This site could serve as an online showcase for your work over the coming years, which will need to be expanded and enhanced as you progress through the course. There are many terrific examples of personal websites to investigate which can really show you and your work in a positive light to potential employers. Be bold and exciting and have fun with this assignment. Your website can be hosted by a web hosting service of your choice but as a suggestion, a good, intuitive and free alternative to explore is to be found at www.wix.com, www.moonfruit.com or www.wordpress.com

Project Brief

Knowledge and Understanding (A) Acquiring basic knowledge of techniques used to communicate across a variety of methods and media. Learning Outcomes Values and Attitudes (B) Exploring different methods of communication that allows both clarity and flexibility within your discipline. Skills (Cognitive and Intellectual) (C) An ability to articulate ideas clearly and effectively to engage with a client or audience.
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Skills (Subject Specific/Professional) (D) An ability to use a variety of techniques, in a variety of formats and media, with a level of competence. Skills (Transferable) (E) An ability to communicate clearly, concisely and accurately. Assessment Criteria

Demonstrates an ability to communicate ideas in a variety of techniques, formats and media (A, D, E) Evidence of appropriateness of choice of method and format of communication (B, C, D) Displays an ability to present ideas in an online format and environment (D)

Formative Assessment Wednesday 30th October 2013 In week 5, you are required to present your ideas for your website to your subject specialist tutor for approval. Design layouts should be considered. Summative Assessment Wednesday 27th November 2013 Upload a file to Moodle with a link to your completed and ready to view website. This MUST be submitted to Moodle with a cover sheet, which can be found and downloaded from the unit Moodle page. Complete ALL relevant sections and make sure this sheet is the first page of your assignment. You are strongly advised to check these links and files to ensure that they play before loading them up to the college VLE. Assessable Elements and Submission Requirements Your website should include the following: A Landing Page with a short introduction about yourself. Some photographic content related to your activities in film and the media. Links to at one other page with content One page as a profile of you. One page of contact details. At least two films made during this module embedded into a page. These short films must be between 1:00 and 2:30 mins. in duration. These could include video or still photographs or both and must contain some sort of soundtrack. They could consist of copyright free music and/or a voice-over for example. These films need to be uploaded to www.youtube.com or www.vimeo.com and links to them included on your website. Please make sure to make the videos unlisted or public. All content must be free of copyrighted materials/ or copyright cleared.

Assessable Elements
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Completed personal showcase website with website link

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Drew, S. & Bingham, R. (2001) The student skills guide, Gower. Bradbury, Andrew (2006) Successful presentation skills, Kogan Page. Powell, Dick (1985) Presentation techniques: a guide to drawing and presenting, Macdonald Orbis. Reading List Ambrose, G and Harris, P (2005) Basic Design: Layout, ACA Publishing. Fletcher, A (2001), The Art of Looking Sideways, Phaidon Press. Graphic 10: Diaries, Notebooks & Sketchbooks (2008) Bis Publishers. Online Resources will be indicated in the Project Brief.

Students who fail this project, or parts thereof, will be required to complete a retrieval project which demonstrates that they have achieved the learning outcomes. Re-Submission Students should be aware that retrievals are capped at a bare pass grade Requirements (40%) unless the mitigating circumstances panel uphold an evidenced application. The deadline for retrieval will be determined at a Progress Review or Assessment Board. Extensions and Mitigating Circumstances If you have any other unforeseen and serious difficulties during this unit you may apply for an extension, or mitigating circumstances. Full details of how to do this are available from the Registry intranet site at http://intranet.rave.ac.uk/registry/docs/MITCIRCSFAQ.pdf Grading and Marking All projects at Ravensbourne are assessed against the Institutions Grading Descriptors (http://intranet.rave.ac.uk/quality/a_to_z.htm). Learning Support Learning Support is available through Student Services and includes English as a second language, academic writing support and dyslexia support. For more information on the type of support you can access, either visit the Student Services team via the Information Centre, or refer to the Student Services information on the Intranet: http://intranet.rave.ac.uk/support/

Student Support and Guidance

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Alternative assessment arrangements may be made or additional learning support arranged for students with disabilities or medical conditions which would impair their performance in meeting the above requirements and who have registered in advance with Student Services. This must be discussed and agreed in advance with the Subject Leader and will be reported to the Board of Examiners. Referencing All reading list references must be written in the Harvard style of referencing. Academic misconduct Academic misconduct includes cheating, collusion, plagiarism, or any other attempt to gain unfair advantage. Ravensbourne treats academic misconduct extremely seriously and the penalty for candidates found guilty of misconduct or deception may result in permanent exclusion. Communication, Timetabling and Course Information For project updates you are required to regularly check your emails, your Celcat timetable and unit specific content in Moodle. You should also continue to refer back to your Course Handbook, which contains information on your course structure and will put this project brief in context: (http://intranet.rave.ac.uk/quality/CourseHandbooks.htm).

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