This assignment help is designed to assist with Assessment 1 and Assessment 2 for COMM 2101: Creative Spaces and Places.
The assessments are:
1. Critical analysis and on-ground audit of a space
2. Group place-making proposal, consisting of a
a. Group presentation pitch; and
b. Final proposal plan
Please refer to your Course Outline and Course Learnonline Site for full assessment information.
For your assignment you will need to search for academic references. Start planning your search by:
Below are some examples of keywords:
|renewal||redevelopment, revitalisation, growth, regeneration|
|sustainability||green, "environmentally friendly"|
|"urban planning"||"urban geography"|
|creative||cultural, artistic, creativity|
For more search tips use the resources below:
Watch: Plan your search (2:26mins)
Read: Plan your search
The Library Collection is a useful starting point in locating academic references.
In your search, try using
Using the Refine your results options, you can then choose to limit your search results:
Image: South west corner of Hindley Street and King William Street, circa 1910. State Library of South Australia, B 35176.
There are a couple of websites you can go to to find historical information about the places in Adelaide.
You can also check out our Archival Research Guide for more tips on searching for archival information.
The information on these websites can assist you with your ‘place-making’ proposal. There are some great resources on these pages and can give you information to think about when re-activating a space, re-imaging a space or creating a place-based "story".
Statistical data can be used to help inform your decision making process. You might want to look at various demographic data to determine if your idea is viable for the community. Here is an example of how City of Melville used statistical data.
Here are some databases where you can search for statistical data
Watch this short video (approx 3 mins) for tips on how to write a report or access the Report writing document at the bottom of this box.
For more help:
Using images in your presentation or proposal? Make sure you reference or attribute them correctly.
See the handout below for more information on finding creative commons licensed images and how to attribute them correctly:
Referencing Roadmap (Harvard)
Help with the Harvard UniSA referencing style. Find in text-citations and reference examples, from different sources such as articles, books & chapters, websites, and more.