Investigation and discussion of students' interests, needs and
expectations. It is hoped that this module provides an opportunity for students
to plan their projects for the entire year and anticipate aesthetic and
technical requirements here, or to investigate possible courses of action.
Read through the course materials and requirements, paying particular attention
to what is required in terms of assessment. Try to plan out what you might want
to do and when and whether you feel you have any particular needs, interests or
areas requiring additional work.
Review Module handbook; plan and prepare Presentation 1, based on your earlier investigations. Your presentation, which will be marked negatively, will provide an overview of what you might attempt and achieve over
A series of workshops and tutorials investigating possible activities, aesthetics, techniques and methods. While these may be significantly self-directed, should you require direction it will be provided.
It may be the case that individual students or small groups of students may require specialist tuition in certain technologies.
Crucible - Crucible is a research network within and around the University of Cambridge. Its purpose is to encourage interdisciplinary collaboration of technologists with researchers in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.