Creating Digital Collections II
Full course description
In part II of this course, students will utilise the 3D artefacts created in Part I of this course to create an online collection and disseminate the research. Working in small teams, students will contribute to specific aspects of the final project based on their skills, expertise, and interests. This will include project management, content development, web design, creation of video content and audio narratives, technical integration, and social media. This course will explore, both theoretically and practically, the narrative being created in the design and presentation of artefacts while situating this collection within a conversation of other similar web-based artefacts, collections, and narratives.
To apply design thinking practices and maker culture ethos to the creation of a digital collection while being cognizant in its design and technical choices of audiences and stakeholders. To understand how and what the project design communicates (however intentional/unintentional) about past cultures as well as our own situatedness in time and space. They will design wireframes for the digital collection to be implemented in the next study period.
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