Online and Local Television Networks: A new pedagogy for a changing media.
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To investigate campus-based and local TV focused on innovative opportunities for students, employers and community groups to contribute to the design of learning pedagogies and course structures.
To utilize the strong element of collaboration within and across creative courses in the UPC Partnership encouraging students to explore the medium of TV and establish new learning cultures that broaden the context of the student experience, encouraging creative work-based/related collaboration with local communities and employers.
Research outcomes will enhance understanding of a fluid and dynamic growth area for a new media, new educational and employment possibilities and arts practice, which in turn will inform new curriculum structures, pedagogic models of practice and contribute to an understanding of how local TV can achieve relevance to a community and economic viability.
To develop into a shared online TV channel, managed and developed by students and the wider community (PUTALS, 2012: Key Theme 10) which will contribute to the development of a model for students and staff engaged in local TV initiatives.
To enhance employability skills for students.
The fluid and dynamic growth area of new media, new educational and employment possibilities and arts practice inform new curriculum structures, pedagogic models of practice and contribute to an understanding of how local TV can achieve relevance to a community and achieve economic viability. Hence the traditional models of teaching and learning are challenged by the movements in media distributions, technologies and their application and use. This is particularly true in models that do not rely on a central broadcaster strongly mediating content and creating schedules.
One of the key aims, to develop a shared online TV channel managed and developed by students and the wider community, was based on research into similar initiatives in Europe and the USA. The aim was however, not to simply replicate these structure, but to research how new media opportunities may affect content, practice and eventually pedagogy.
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