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'Inward industry engagement': Exploring production cultures in British film and television (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Presence, S. (2015, November). 'Inward industry engagement': Exploring production cultures in British film and television. Paper presented at Challenging Media Landscapes

This paper stems from research undertaken as part of SiFTI (Success in the Film and Television Industries), a research project analysing the production cultures of several small-to-medium sized critically and commercially successful film and televisi... Read More about 'Inward industry engagement': Exploring production cultures in British film and television.

Red Moon workshop (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Banks, L. (2015, November). Red Moon workshop. Presented at Red Moon workshop around the menopause

A discussion and research workshop for women around issues concerning the menopause, used as preparation and research for the film Red Moon Diaries.

EDITORIAL: Ideas in mobile learning (2015)
Journal Article
Cook, J., Mor, Y., & Santos, P. (2015). EDITORIAL: Ideas in mobile learning. Journal of Interactive Media in Education, 1(18), 1-2. https://doi.org/10.5334/jime.aw

The contributions for this Special Collection on ‘Ideas in Mobile Learning’ expand on the trends explored in the successful ‘Bristol Ideas in Mobile Learning Symposium’ which ran on the 6th and 7th March, 2014 (see Cloudworks, 2014; BIML, 2014). Four... Read More about EDITORIAL: Ideas in mobile learning.

‘One screening away from disaster’: Precarity and commitment in the Radical Film Network’s exhibition sector (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Presence, S. (2015, October). ‘One screening away from disaster’: Precarity and commitment in the Radical Film Network’s exhibition sector. Paper presented at Screen Seminar

The Radical Film Network (RFN) was founded in September 2013 to provide infrastructural support to ‘radical film culture’ in Britain and elsewhere. Broadly characterised by a politically engaged and/or aesthetically innovative use of moving image med... Read More about ‘One screening away from disaster’: Precarity and commitment in the Radical Film Network’s exhibition sector.

CML/CMIR camera tests Oct 2015 (2015)
Digital Artefact
Flaxton, T., & Sparke, S. (2015). CML/CMIR camera tests Oct 2015

Centre for Moving Image Research and Cinematographers Mailing Lists began testing cameras and Camera Prototypes together in February 2014. These involved Professional Cinematographers and various professional crew members (Camera Assistants, Digital... Read More about CML/CMIR camera tests Oct 2015.

The zone of possibility in citizen led ‘hybrid cities’ (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Cook, J., Lander, R., & Flaxton, T. (2015, September). The zone of possibility in citizen led ‘hybrid cities’. Paper presented at Workshop on Smart Learning Ecosystems in Smart Regions and Cities

The work reported in this position paper explores the development of citizen led ‘hybrid cities’ in which augmented and social web technologies mediate learning and innovation in what we term the Zone of Possibility. An example of a Hybrid Stokes Cro... Read More about The zone of possibility in citizen led ‘hybrid cities’.

Prisoners (2015)
Digital Artefact
Flaxton, T. (2015). Prisoners

Research Artefact previously created as a narrative then re-purposed to explore Region Specific hot spots via interactive online latency free moving Images. Artefacts are uploaded online for user experience to investigate non tree-logic functionality... Read More about Prisoners.

The contemporary landscape of video-activism in Britain (2015)
Book Chapter
Presence, S. (2015). The contemporary landscape of video-activism in Britain. In E. Mazierska, & L. Kristensen (Eds.), Marxism and Film Activism: Screening Alternative Worlds, 186-212. Berghahn

This chapter explores the complex contemporary landscape of British video-activism. The most recent book-length study of oppositional film in Britain, Margaret Dickinson’s Rogue Reels: Oppositional Film in Britain, 1945-90 (1999), ends by noting the... Read More about The contemporary landscape of video-activism in Britain.

Self-portraiture and portraiture in the dialogic moment (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Sobers, S. (2015, June). Self-portraiture and portraiture in the dialogic moment. Paper presented at Gender Recalled

This presentation will be an autoethnographic exploration of personal and public approaches to memory, reparation and reconciliation within implicit gendered contexts. Discussed will be personal art works ranging from my confessional works, activist... Read More about Self-portraiture and portraiture in the dialogic moment.

Crumbling rejuvenation: Archetype, embodiment and the “aging beauty myth” (2015)
Book Chapter
Dolan, J. (2015). Crumbling rejuvenation: Archetype, embodiment and the “aging beauty myth”. In L. Hockley, & N. Fadina (Eds.), The Happiness Illusion: How the Media Sold Us a Fairytale, 75-88. Routledge

Mobilising Jungian formulations of the archetypal crone, this paper explores the figure of the rejuvenated, wicked witch/ evil stepmother as represented in two big budget, fantasy films, Stardust (Dir., Vaughn, 2007) and Snow White and the Huntsman (... Read More about Crumbling rejuvenation: Archetype, embodiment and the “aging beauty myth”.

Panel presentation at international symposium for electronic art 'Waves of technology' (2015)
Digital Artefact
Flaxton, T. (2015). Panel presentation at international symposium for electronic art 'Waves of technology'

This panel was formed to create a picture of, then interrogate the tsunami-like effect of the expanding capabilities of moving-image capture and display and place this within a reading of history that proposed that technology comes upon us insistentl... Read More about Panel presentation at international symposium for electronic art 'Waves of technology'.

Reconceptualizing design research in the age of mobile learning (2015)
Journal Article
Bannan, B., Cook, J., & Pachler, N. (2016). Reconceptualizing design research in the age of mobile learning. Interactive Learning Environments, 24(5), 938-953. https://doi.org/10.1080/10494820.2015.1018911

© 2015 Taylor & Francis. The purpose of this paper is to begin to examine how the intersection of mobile learning and design research prompts the reconceptualization of research and design individually as well as their integration appropriate for c... Read More about Reconceptualizing design research in the age of mobile learning.

HD aesthetics and digital cinematography (2015)
Book Chapter
Flaxton, T. (2015). HD aesthetics and digital cinematography. In S. Cubitt, D. Palmer, & N. Tkacz (Eds.), Digital Light, 61-83. Open Humanities Press

This chapter is accompanied by a series of online interviews entitled ‘A Verbatim History of the Aesthetics, Technology and Techniques of Digital Cinematography’. This online resource seeks to circumscribe and circumlocute the wide variety of interes... Read More about HD aesthetics and digital cinematography.

'The general public don’t need to know who we are. We’re building a profile for the industry as a whole’: Inward engagement in the UK film and television industries (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Presence, S., & Spicer, A. H. (2015, March). 'The general public don’t need to know who we are. We’re building a profile for the industry as a whole’: Inward engagement in the UK film and television industries. Paper presented at Media Engagement International Conference

The paper stems from research undertaken as part of SiFTI (Success in the Film and Television Industries), a research project analysing the production cultures of several small-to-medium sized critically and commercially successful film and televisio... Read More about 'The general public don’t need to know who we are. We’re building a profile for the industry as a whole’: Inward engagement in the UK film and television industries.

The intersection of dreams: Cathedral of St John the Divine, New York exhibition (2015)
Digital Artefact
Flaxton, T. (2015). The intersection of dreams: Cathedral of St John the Divine, New York exhibition

This was an exhibition of The Intersection of Dreams at Cathedral of St John the Divine, New York for the months of March - Augut 2015. This work was funded by the VC's of both UoB an UWE and attracted around 500,000 visitors. I am engaged on a proje... Read More about The intersection of dreams: Cathedral of St John the Divine, New York exhibition.

CML/CMIR camera tests Jan 2015 (2015)
Digital Artefact
Flaxton, T., & Sparke, S. (2015). CML/CMIR camera tests Jan 2015

Centre for Moving Image Research and Cinematographers Mailing Lists began testing cameras and Camera Prototypes together in February 2014. This particular test place a year later in January 2015. These tests involved Professional Cinematographers and... Read More about CML/CMIR camera tests Jan 2015.

Using the hybrid social learning network to explore concepts, practices, designs and smart services for networked professional learning (2015)
Book Chapter
Cook, J., Ley, T., Maier, R., Mor, Y., Santos, P., Lex, E., …Holley, D. (2015). Using the hybrid social learning network to explore concepts, practices, designs and smart services for networked professional learning. In E. Popescu, R. Huang, N. C. Kinshuk, Y. Li, M. Chang, & M. Kravcik (Eds.), State-of-the-Art and Future Directions of Smart LearningSpringer

m-AssIST: Interaction and scaffolding matters in authentic assessment (2015)
Journal Article
Santos, P., Cook, J., & Hernández-Leo, D. (2015). m-AssIST: Interaction and scaffolding matters in authentic assessment. Journal of Educational Technology and Society, 18(2), 33-45

Authentic assessment is important in formal and informal learning. Technology has the potential to be used to support the assessment of higher order skills particularly with respect to real life tasks. In particular, the use of mobile devices allows... Read More about m-AssIST: Interaction and scaffolding matters in authentic assessment.