UPDATE October 23, 2014
Updated details for the presentations in Week 12 and 13.
Nathan, Anna, Caitlyn
Anthony, Gabi, Kristy
Jess, Nicole, Sarah
James, Paul, and Ed
Kaitlyn, Noeletta, and Matthew
Paul, Ed, & James
No set reading for Week 5 as I will be addressing Digital Artifacts (DAs) in lecture this week.
Tutorials will focus on individual research and autoethnographic investigation in the blogs this weeks.
Groups will have time to work on their collaborative projects in the lab seminars.
The Prezi for Week 5 is here
Welcome to Week 4 of DIGC330 for 2014.
This week Sukhmani has nominated a couple of background readings relevant to the case study on digital storytelling in the lecture time.
Tacchi, Jo A. (2009) ‘Finding a voice : digital storytelling as participatory development in Southeast Asia’. In Hartley, John & McWilliam, Kelly (Eds.) Story circle : digital storytelling around the world. Wiley-Blackwell.
Russo, A., & Watkins, J. (2005, December 31). Digital Cultural Communication: Enabling newmedia and co- creation in Asia. International Journal of Education and Development using ICT [Online], 1(4). Available: http://ijedict.dec.uwi.edu/viewarticle.php?id=107.
Week 4 Power Point slides – DIGC330_Week4
Students will be blogging on their independent research projects this week and using some of lab time to plan and schedule the group project research and production for the following six weeks.
Individual Blogging Task for Week 4
- Pick a group that is ‘peripheral’ in some sense in an Asian or Asian diasporic research site of your choice.
- What kinds of digital media do they use to give voice to their own demands and stories?
- What is your experience of viewing/hearing these stories?
The Prezi for Week Three is here.
We will discuss your autoethnographic inquires and start to consider ways of using digital artefacts to present your findings.
The reading for Week Three is:
Denzin, Norman K 2003, Performing [Auto] Ethnography Politically,The Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies, 25:257–278 and is available here.
We had some technical difficulties with the audio in the lecture again this week and I’ve added audio files of the lectures in weeks one and two to the subject Moodle site.
I’ve also added the template for part one of the blog posts to Moodle, you can use this document to back up the text from your weekly posts and comments.
The Prezi for Week 2 on Japan and Autoethnography is available here.
The reading this week introduces you to autoethnographic method and lead author, Carolyn Ellis, expands on the approach in this audio lecture on music, ethnographic, reflexive writing and personal storytelling.
Alsop, Christiane K. (2002) Home and Away: Self Reflexive Auto-/Ethnography’, Forum Qualitative Social Research 3:3. http://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/~kmacd/IDSC10/Readings/Positionality/auto-eth.pdf