This assignment help will assist you with the following assessments for this course:
Remember to always read the Course Outline and course website for the assessment instructions. You will also find information in this guide on how to:
For Assessment 1 you will be assessed on your understanding of the first five weeks of course content. The assessment requires you to write three short answers that will be workshopped during tutorials and/or with peers online prior to submission.
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Building upon your previous assessment, your second assessment involves writing an essay. This short video goes through the process of planning and writing an essay.
You need to use credible academic sources to support your essay. These sources are also known as "scholarly", "peer reviewed" and "refereed".
The Library Collection is a good place to start your search for scholarly material. You can use it to find eBooks, journal articles, reports, videos and more.
For this assessment, you will produce a media project in a format of your choosing to explain how memes can be used as a form of media activism.
Some formats might include:
|Storyboard||Blog post||Prezi or PowerPoint|
|Magazine cover/article||Animation||Video diary|
Below are some resources to assist you with your choice and creation:
Software for creating videos and presentations:
Resources for finding music:
Resources for creating your own blog or magazine design:
For your project, you will choose a meme collection that has three or more interrelated images to demonstrate how original ideas can be adapted to produce new and varied meanings in the context of media activism.
Take a look at the following resources on memes and how they can influence society as well as users' behavioural activities on social media platforms:
You can search the library collection for further information on memes. Here is an example search to get you started:
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