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Seth Keen PhD

September 23rd, 2014 · 2 Comments · PhD

Download exegesis pdf (14.2 MB): Netvideo Nonvideo Newvideo: Designing a multilinear nonnarrative form for interactive documentary Abstract: This research explores interactive documentary and focuses on identifying how the affordances of video, computers and the network can be used to create a web of relations between shots within an interactive documentary that utilises the multilinear structure […]

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Research Project Workshop

October 16th, 2012 · No Comments · research

Yesterday, I attended a ‘From question to project’ workshop held by the Non-fiction Research Group to develop a research question into a projects for research funding. This workshop was valuable to start putting in place the skills needed to write a proposal for potential ARC Linkage/Discovery and industry funding. Some brief notes: A very clear […]

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Practice to research

June 13th, 2011 · No Comments · research

Got to the last hour of a discussion on the transition from practice to research. I need to follow up on the journal material thinking. The speaker Nancy de Freitas (AUT) mentioned another creative journal to check out. The other speaker Daniel Mafe (QUT) referred to the transition from practitioner to research-practitioner. Daniel has a […]

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More notes on 'Reflection-in-Action'

September 26th, 2010 · No Comments · research

I was reading Donald Schön’s book, Educating the reflective practitioner and an idea struck me in regards to writing up the projects in my research. One way to avoid the descriptive approach is to reflect on each project using Schön’s ‘Reflection-in-Action’ concept. This would also suit an iterative approach towards the project development. The difference […]

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reframing

August 16th, 2010 · No Comments · design

I made a connection with Jon Kolko’s ideas on ‘reframing’ taken from Schon’s ideas on framing. Used in Abductive Thinking and Sensemaking: The Drivers of Design Synthesis: Overview: Making Sense of Chaos’ in relation to design, I linked reframing with a practitioner making a shift in their practice. Framing a problem as part of moving […]

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Multilinear writing

June 21st, 2010 · No Comments · research

I have been thinking lately about how I could bring writing closer to my documentary practice. Some notes I made in a forum recently on project-based research for my GRC presentation. This is in regards to writing the exegesis. This week I attended a forum discussion on writing up project-based, research in which Peter Downton […]

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GRC feedback notes

November 1st, 2009 · No Comments · PhD

Following is notes from the verbal feedback given by the GRC panel of Laurene Vaughan, Adrian Miles, Jeremy Yuille and Linda Daley. The quotes are taken from the panel and an audio record of the feedback and have not been assigned to any particular person. Theory with a small ‘t’ and propositions My understanding of […]

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Practice notes D. Schon

July 22nd, 2009 · No Comments · PhD

A useful overview of practice by D. Schon in a section reflecting on practice. The word “practice” is ambiguous. When we speak of lawyer’s practice, we mean the kind of things he does the kinds of clients he has, the range of cases he is called upon to handle. When we speak of someone practicing […]

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Writing up creative research

June 3rd, 2009 · No Comments · PhD

This morning after my phd supervision meeting this week, I took time out to reflect on where things are heading with the approach being taken towards writing up theory on the key WVA project. I returned to Paul Carter’s book Material Thinking for some guidance. An issue that is emerging in the current writing is […]

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Action Research and Reflection

January 7th, 2009 · 1 Comment · PhD

I am in the process of drafting my exegesis at the moment (in the quiet time that is the beginning of the year) The introduction is drafted and now I am moving onto summarising the research methods, which is useful as this will set up a clearer framework for reflecting on the projects. At the […]

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Web 2.0 Studies // Critical Internet Theory

December 15th, 2008 · 1 Comment · internet

Image by David Holmes the missing attendee. I am in the middle of attending a master class with Geert Lovink at Melbourne University titled ‘Web 2.0 Studies // Critical Internet Theory’. The summary of the workshop: In relation to the current Internet, there is an obvious need to move beyond cultural studies approaches to fandom, […]

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labsome exegesis (production orientated)

November 24th, 2008 · No Comments · Uncategorized

In the notes on project-based Honours research in labsome AM in his discussion on this type of research as an introduction for examiners, sums up what is expected in the exegesis. There are two approaches to this type of research, The first is production focused with the objective to produce media objects. The second is […]

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