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A review of the Malaysian film industry: Towards better film workflow (2016)
Thesis
Dim, A. R. (in press). A review of the Malaysian film industry: Towards better film workflow. (Thesis). University of the West of England

Abstract This thesis investigates the existing film workflow processes in Malaysia and aims to explore, review and reflect on the expectations, experiences and preferences and problems experienced by practitioners in the Malaysian film industry. Par... Read More about A review of the Malaysian film industry: Towards better film workflow.

Storytelling in the newsroom: An investigation into practice-based learning methods in the training and employment of tomorrow’s journalists (2016)
Journal Article
Evans, M. (2016). Storytelling in the newsroom: An investigation into practice-based learning methods in the training and employment of tomorrow’s journalists

Abstract: In order to prepare students for a career in journalism, teaching must be done through practice-based learning. The integration of theory, practice and reflection as advocated by Kolb (1984) provides a solid pedagogical framework for cours... Read More about Storytelling in the newsroom: An investigation into practice-based learning methods in the training and employment of tomorrow’s journalists.

Reel news in the digital age: Framing Britain’s radical video-activists (2016)
Book Chapter
Presence, S. (2016). Reel news in the digital age: Framing Britain’s radical video-activists. In C. Mulloy, & Y. Tzioumakis (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Cinema and Politics, 103-111. Routledge

The most recent book-length study of radical British filmmaking, Margaret Dickinson’s Rogue Reels: Oppositional Film in Britain, 1945-90 (1999), ends by noting the emergence Undercurrents in 1994 as an example of the burgeoning use of video as a prop... Read More about Reel news in the digital age: Framing Britain’s radical video-activists.

Using the participatory patterns design (PPD) methodology to co-design groupware: Confer a tool for workplace informal learning (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Cook, J., Mor, Y., Santos, P., Treasure-Jones, T., Elferink, R., & Kerr, M. (2016, June). Using the participatory patterns design (PPD) methodology to co-design groupware: Confer a tool for workplace informal learning. Paper presented at EdMedia 2016

This paper proposes a methodology which attempts to address the barriers to the development of successful educational design research through a process which identifies gaps in current practices and devises innovations to target them. Educational des... Read More about Using the participatory patterns design (PPD) methodology to co-design groupware: Confer a tool for workplace informal learning.

CitySpaceMindSpace: How to read Los Angeles: Banham and McLuhan in the light of Cognitive Neuro-scientific theories of comprehension (2016)
Book Chapter
Flaxton, T. (2016). CitySpaceMindSpace: How to read Los Angeles: Banham and McLuhan in the light of Cognitive Neuro-scientific theories of comprehension. In E. Clift, G. Amayo Caldwell, & C. Smith (Eds.), Digital Futures and the City of Today: New Technologies and Physical SpacesIntellect

In the 1970’s, Rayner Banham (with Marshall McLuhan), set the tone for understanding CyberCity/MindSpace with Banham’s book, Los Angeles: the Architecture of Four Ecologies, which was an examination of the LA cityscape which used the idea of the movi... Read More about CitySpaceMindSpace: How to read Los Angeles: Banham and McLuhan in the light of Cognitive Neuro-scientific theories of comprehension.

Red moon diaries (2016)
Digital Artefact
Banks, L. (2016). Red moon diaries

Red Moon Diaries is a collaborative community art film project that explores the everyday lives of women experiencing the menopause through personal diary writing and performance. Made with financial assistance from the Centre for Moving Image Resear... Read More about Red moon diaries.

Urban regeneration within the zone of possibility in citizen led ‘hybrid cities’ (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Cook, J., Lander, R., & Santos, P. (2016, April). Urban regeneration within the zone of possibility in citizen led ‘hybrid cities’. Paper presented at Digital-Cultural Ecology and the Medium-Sized City

The work reported in this paper explores the development of citizen led ‘hybrid cities’ in which social web technologies mediate urban regeneration in what we term the Zone of Possibility. The term ‘hybrid cities’ is not new and has been used in a si... Read More about Urban regeneration within the zone of possibility in citizen led ‘hybrid cities’.

Going beyond your personal learning network, using recommendations and trust through a multimedia question-answering service for decision-support: A case study in the healthcare (2016)
Journal Article
Santos, P., Dennerlein, S., Theiler, D., Cook, J., Treasure-Jones, T., Holley, D., …Lex, E. (2016). Going beyond your personal learning network, using recommendations and trust through a multimedia question-answering service for decision-support: A case study in the healthcare. Journal of Universal Computer Science, 22(3), 340-359

Social learning networks enable the sharing, transfer and enhancement of knowledge in the workplace that builds the ground to exchange informal learning practices. In this work, three healthcare networks are studied in order to understand how to enab... Read More about Going beyond your personal learning network, using recommendations and trust through a multimedia question-answering service for decision-support: A case study in the healthcare.

Social recognition provision patterns in professional Q&A forums in Healthcare and Construction (2016)
Journal Article
Pata, K., Santos, P., & Burchert, J. (2016). Social recognition provision patterns in professional Q&A forums in Healthcare and Construction. Computers in Human Behavior, 55(A), 571-583. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chb.2015.06.046

© 2015 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. For some decades, professional Q&A forums have been used as a mainstream way of sharing practices between novices and experts. Several forums have had time to develop their own communities and habits, which m... Read More about Social recognition provision patterns in professional Q&A forums in Healthcare and Construction.

“Cascades, torrents & drowning” in information: seeking help in the contemporary general practitioner practice in the UK (2016)
Journal Article
Holley, D., Santos, P., Cook, J., Kerr, M., & Treasure-Jones, T. (2016). “Cascades, torrents & drowning” in information: seeking help in the contemporary general practitioner practice in the UK. Interactive Learning Environments, 24(5), 954-967. https://doi.org/10.1080/10494820.2015.1128206

© 2016 The Author(s). Published by Taylor & Francis. ABSTRACT: This paper responds to the Alpine Rendez-Vous “crisis” in technology-enhanced learning. It takes a contested area of policy as well as a rapid change in the National Health Service, and... Read More about “Cascades, torrents & drowning” in information: seeking help in the contemporary general practitioner practice in the UK.

Autonomy and dependency in two successful UK film and television companies: An analysis of RED Production Company and Warp Films (2016)
Journal Article
Presence, S., & Spicer, A. H. (2016). Autonomy and dependency in two successful UK film and television companies: An analysis of RED Production Company and Warp Films. Film Studies, 14(1), 5-31. https://doi.org/10.7227/FS.14.0002

This article analyses the production cultures of two film and television companies in the UK – RED Production and Warp Films – by discussing the companies’ formation and identity, aims and ethos, internal structures and their networks of external rel... Read More about Autonomy and dependency in two successful UK film and television companies: An analysis of RED Production Company and Warp Films.

Three phases of mobile learning state-of-the-art and case of mobile Help Seeking tool for the Healthcare sector (2016)
Book Chapter
Cook, J., & Santos, P. (2016). Three phases of mobile learning state-of-the-art and case of mobile Help Seeking tool for the Healthcare sector. In B. Fox, T. K. F. Chiu, J. Lu, & D. Churchill (Eds.), Mobile Learning Design: Theories and ApplicationsSpringer

The Internet-mobile device enabled social networks of today stand accused of being so called 'weapons of mass distraction' or worse. However, we point out that modern fears about the dangers of social networking are overdone. The paper goes on to pre... Read More about Three phases of mobile learning state-of-the-art and case of mobile Help Seeking tool for the Healthcare sector.