Week 5 (Presenting 8/3): Radio + other digital content

Photo: Gerd Altmann from Pixabay


Today we’ll look at the relationship between radio and other multiplatform content (e.g. video, written, social media).

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Week 5 (8/3): Create!

“Create” by gfpeck is licensed under CC BY-ND 2.0


First a news quiz.

DISCUSSION: Assessment 1 – due next week (min. 500 words)

Take some time to familiarise yourself with the Off Campus publishing platforms (offcampus.media, TAFE Radio, and the social media accounts), and the Off Campus Handbook and Style Guide.

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Week 8 (23/9): Catch up week

water birds silhouetted against a sunset reflected in the water
C4 #teamTAFE on holidays. Photo: Sadafriyan/CC/Wikimedia Commons

Welcome to MoJo week 8. To celebrate the start of the mid-semester break at the end of this week, we’re using today to catch up on any work you need to do.

If you’re finished, ten gold stars to you! There’s something for *you* to do too 😇

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#1: We all should know…

Image by Gordon Johnson from Pixabay


Write a 200-300 word story, explaining a concept, idea or thing that everyone should know about but doesn’t.

When you’re done:

Post it to your WordPress site with an appropriate headline and CC-licensed image.

If you’re feeling brave, share the post link to our section Facebook group with the hashtag #ContentChallenge.

Need some help getting started?

Think of a very specific topic or question to answer.

Here are some broad ideas:

    • Science (biology, physics, chemistry, astronomy…)
    • Social phenomena (rituals, beliefs, sub-cultures…)
    • Technology (hardware, software, mobile…)
    • History (of sport, language, place…)
    • Arts (music, film, literature, painting, photography…)
    • Sport
    • Cooking
    • Social media
    • Pop culture

Once you choose your broad topic, start narrowing it down. The more specific and narrow a topic you can get, the easier this exercise will be.

DIFFICULT: What is bitcoin?
EASIER: What do bitcoin miners actually do?

DIFFICULT: What’s the history of football?
EASIER: Why did they introduce the offside rule?

DIFFICULT: Why you should watch Australian films
EASIER: Why you should know about Warwick Thornton