BY MARK GATELY and NICK BENNETT
As media makers, it’s important that we consider the diversity of people who engage with our content.
Today, we’re going to look at recognising stories that come from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, or First Nations, people. There are two big focus weeks on the calendar each year: Naidoc Week, which falls in July, and Reconciliation Week at the end of May.
Continue reading “Week 12: First Nations stories”
Room for creativity! Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com
Today is a free creation day – i.e. class time will be devoted to checking the lists of ideas we’ve come up with, and working out what we have yet to plan for upcoming radio shows.
Continue reading “Week 11: Workshopping”
Phones: a creative world in your pocket. Photo by Bruno Cervera on Pexels.com
WATCH: Facebook and your phone camera
The camera is beginning to replace the keyboard as a way of communicating.
Continue reading “Week 10: Let your camera do the talking”
Illo by Samsung Newsroom/CC BY-NC-SA 2.0/flickr
BY RUTH BERAN
We are in Week 5 already!
From here until the end of semester we will be creating content each week for the Off Campus social media platforms.
Continue reading “Week 5: Making stuff & your portfolio”
“Create – Wallpaper” by jbuc is licensed under CC BY-ND 2.0
BY RUTH BERAN
Today we will be creating posts for Off Campus socials. They can be:
promo for the first live TAFE Radio show of the year links to stories on the Off Campus site, and our own stories on any of the socials platforms Continue reading “Week 4: Creating socials”