Gen Y meets World War One : reflections on an interpretative transmedia project

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Berman, Sue
Donaghey, Sara
Seja, Nina
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2015-08-27
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Conference Contribution - Oral Presentation
Ngā Upoko Tukutuku (Māori subject headings)
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oral history
research methodology
Gen Y
collaborative research
local history
transmedia storytelling
story telling
World War, 1914-1918
Unitec Institute of Technology
digital storytelling
World War 1
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Bachelor of Communication (Unitec)
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Berman, S., Donaghey, S., & Seja, N. (2015, September). Gen Y Meets World War One: Reflections on an Interpretative Transmedia Project. Paper presented at the 19th Oral History Australia National Conference, Perth, Australia. NOTE: Available online as Prezi presentation here: https://prezi.com/xlrw2vjth6t2/gen-y-meets-world-war-one/#
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The concept: students tell the story of WW1 in 2014 transmedia: audio, video, archives, web publishing and soundscapes creative digital youth voice Approaches: creative response collaboration ...we invite you to share the imaginative responses of today's generation to WW1... Gen Y meets World War One: reflections on an interpretive transmedia project Student training: Research techniques Accessing primary sources Oral history training Outcomes student learning research-informed teaching project-based learning ww100.govt.nz documentary on SkyTV Looking ahead 2015 collaborations Digital Story Centre at Unitec Strategic partnerships Outputs: exhibition Auckland Heritage Festival workshops and talks media interviews radio broadcast student intern
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