Category Archives: Communications and Media

Identify and create sensory elements of visual media communication to attract viewer attention.

Competency

Identify and create sensory elements of visual media communication to attract viewer attention.

Scenario

You are a member of a committee at your child’s school. The committee has been assigned the task to design a flyer for the students to take home to their parents. The purpose of the flyer is to notify parents about the upcoming Field Day for all students. They have specified that it can only be one-page in length, and they have encouraged creativity to catch the eyes of the parents.

Several parents wish to participate, so the leader of the committee creates a fun flyer competition. She asks that each person creates his/her own flyer and create a screen share to persuade the committee to choose your flyer. The screen share should….

Identify and create sensory eledia communication to attract viewer attention.ments of visual me

 Deliverable 1 – Attracting the Eyes of Viewers

Competency

Identify and create sensory eledia communication to attract viewer attention.ments of visual me

Scenario

You are a member of a committee at your child’s school. The committee has been assigned the task to design a flyer for the students to take home to their parents. The purpose of the flyer is to notify parents about the upcoming Field Day for all students. They have specified that it can only be one-page in length, and they have encouraged creativity to catch the eyes of the parents.

Several parents wish to participate, so the leader of the committee creates a fun flyer competition. She asks that each person creates his/her own flyer and create a screen share to persuade the committee….

Select one media example: this can be a ‘text’ (a TV programme/series, a film, an album, etc.); an institution (BBC, News Corporation, Google, Facebook…); or an event (such as election, disaster, summit, festival). Engage in a brief comparative analysis of it using TWO of the approaches

Essay Question:

Select one media example: this can be a ‘text’ (a TV programme/series, a film, an album, etc.); an institution (BBC, News Corporation, Google, Facebook…); or an event (such as election, disaster, summit, festival). Engage in a brief comparative analysis of it using TWO of the approaches that you have encountered on this course, making sure to closely refer to their ideas, arguments and approaches. Assess how and why each approach helps us to understand your chosen example.

 

Two Approaches are Media and State and Media, Nation and National Identity

 

Seminar reading and discussion topics: Media and State

Sparks, C. (1986) ‘The Media and the State’, in J. Curran et al. eds. Bending Reality. London: Pluto. 76-86.

 

Seminar reading and discussion topics: Media, Nation and….

Bobsville Crisis Communication Plan

Further develop your Crisis Communication Plan by updating it according to the top Natural hazard facing Bobsville as identified in your Hazard Vulnerability Assessment that you developed in EDMG101.

Your ~1-2 page updates to the Crisis Communication Plan should have: Pregathered Information regarding your hazard Key Messages Website Social Media Traditional Media Possible Trick Questions Known Local Prodromes

Use the description of Bobsville for existing information, and create any details necessary to create your plan that is not already in the description.

Using Social Media in the workplace to communicate

Choose one of the topics below as the focus for your assignments:

A. Using Social Media in the workplace to communicate

B. Communicating companywide employee recognition

C. Boosting workplace motivation through innovative communication tools

D. Implementing instant messaging/group messaging, discussion forums and chatrooms in the workplace

E. Podcasts, internal blogs/vlogs as a means to communicate to employees

F. Using an internal intranet/social Intranet for employee interaction

Feminist film theory – Thinking beyond the male gaze theory – Explain how they can both work together in order to analyse a Bahraini ‌‌‌‍‍‌‍‌‌‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‌‍‍ film?

C ‌‌‌‍‍‌‍‌‌‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‌‍‍ hapter 1 1. Write a discussion to Mulvey’s seminal essay as now the essay some 45 years old, as she has revised her ideas; Explain why it is important to include critique of this theory including Mulvey herself to the study of Bahraini film analysis. 2. Explain the use of the concept of male gaze in the context of Bahraini and Bahrain cinema in particular degree of censorship. The notion of parameters the idea of multiple gazes should be developed for example in Bahraini society there is the gaze of film censorship that restrict portraying woman to certain extent for example she cannot show her body nude becau ‌‌‌‍‍‌‍‌‌‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‌‍‍ se it contradicts Bahraini culture and Islamic laws. On the other hand, there is another male gaze….

blogging skills.

Blog detailing your weekly activities and learning (multi-media) Reflective report, which details your learning journey and explicitly cross-references the blog (written) Self- and Peer-Assessment of groups from assessment 2 (online questionnaire)

Weekly blog:

Blogs are a useful tool for yourself to keep track of activities you have carried out, as well as to nurture your writing and reflection skills. When published, blogs can also become powerful communication tools that enable you to share your experiences and learning with your stakeholders and the wider community. This assessment enables you to practice your practical blogging skills.

For this assessment, you are required to regularly record your weekly activities in the form of a blog. Blog entries need to be time stamped and demonstrate regular engagement with the Moodle blogging tool THROUGHOUT….

Are Harvey and Louis contractually bound to pay the delay fee to FlashFort?

Meanwhile, Louis and Harvey have been hard at work finalising theofficerenovations and decide toreward themselves with a movie and game of laser skirmish. After visiting the cinema, they head to anearby laser skirmish facility, ‘Flash Fort’(which they’ve never visited before), for a few fun games tounwind for the day. Theentrance, like the rest of the building, isdark withonlyfluorescent lightsilluminating surroundings. They approach thecounterwhere the staff member presentasks them towrite their names down andruns through some safety instructionsbeforeasking them to pay and suitup for their session.The full terms of participation are on theorangesign labelled ‘Mission Rules’onthe other side of the entrance (circled inpicture below).When asked by Louis, the staff memberindicates that they are not required to sign anything because ‘everything they need to know is up onthe wall’ and….

Write a one – page summary that clearly and concisely describes a company’s social media guidelines (detailed below) so that it can and is likely to be used by rank – and – file employees to guide them in official and personal use of electronic communications. Your summary should identify any holes in the guidelines and suggest an appropriate solution(s).

Write a one – page summary that clearly and concisely describes a company’s social media guidelines (detailed below) so that it can and is likely to be used by rank – and – file employees to guide them in official and personal use of electronic communications. Your summary should identify any holes in the guidelines and suggest an appropriate solution(s).

Review the existing social media guidelines for Apple. Go to: https://forums.modmy.com/content/6133- apple-retail-blogging-online-social-media-guidelines-leaked.html.

Step 2- Review the readings on creating effective social media guidelines.

Step 3 – Re-review the Apple social media guidelines, assessing strengths and weaknesses vis-à-vis the readings.

Step 4 – Revise the Apple social media guidelines into 1 page of essential information that is employee – friendly in language,length, and clarity.

Step 5 – Review and….