Faculty of Arts
|Faculty||Faculty of Arts|
|Offered||Not offered in 2013|
This unit explores long-form journalism in radio and video formats in broadcast and online environments. Students will develop a story idea through to full production for broadcast and/or webcast using in-depth journalistic and creative practices in radio or video. Students work independently and collaboratively during the production. They produce a critical evaluation of their own and others productions and supply constructive feedback to their peers. This unit presumes students have competency with a range of audio and video recording equipment and editing software.
Upon satisfactory completion of this unit students will:
First draft/pilot production (5 minutes): 20%
Final project: 60%
Critical reflection: 20%
Hurdle requirement: all assignments must be submitted to pass the unit.
The unit is organised around 24 hours of class contact across semester. In addition students are expected to spend 10 hours per week reading/researching; doing online class activities; and journalism production.
Distant Education students are expected to spend 12 hours per week across semester for this unit. All materials made available to on-campus students will be circulated electronically to DE students using moodle and on and off-campus students will be integrated in online discussion groups for presentation of all assessment tasks