During the first few weeks, some of you will be asked to make use of your blogs to record and report upon a variety of things related to your coursework. This might include reviewing examples of media products, or even analysing them, but equally this might lead you to recording your production activities and undertaking theoretical discussions of principles.
As groups start to get going links will be added to this post to provide menus for each course, so that you can find your peers blogs and then comment and discuss with each other in a meaningful and productive way. If a course title link is not present then that page has yet to be completed and published.
Your tutors will also be able to make comments and provide valuable feedback.
BA Contemporary Media Production
Level Three Creative Media Production
Level Three IT
Level Two Creative Media Production
Welcome to all new students of creative media programmes at East Riding College and welcome back to those returning, let’s hope we have an amazing year and that you all exceed your potential.
This year you have access to a Word Press blog, to keep and use as your own portfolio and discussion space; usage of this will be available whilst you are a student at the college and your work may well be archived for a short period after completing your studies. Please bear in-mind this is a public space and anything you publish must meet the college IT policies and generally be related to your studies.
Use this space to show off your work, display your ideas and keep records of project progress; you will be able to rely upon some of this information for assessment purposes and so please ensure you keep a sensible organisational structure e.g. tags and categories to allow your blog to be readily navigable.
This channel is for outgoing posts and therefore anything requiring a response or that could be considered feedback needs to go through an official college channel such as Moodle or Email. You will find information on here relating to upcoming events, recent activities and occasionally of outstanding student work; you might also (if they keep one) find your tutor’s blog on this domain and they will let you know if this is the case.