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This list relates to the academic year Academic Year 2018/19 which ended on 05/07/2019
  1. Lecture One: Media, Technology and Society 2 items
    1. Chapter 1: Introduction - David Buckingham, Jenny Grahame, Julian Sefton-Green

      Chapter Essential

  2. Lecture Two: Narrative 2 items
    1. Chapter 2: From bards to blogs - Jill Walker Rettberg

      Chapter Essential

  3. Lecture Three: Representation 2 items
    1. Chapter 5: Representations of Reality - Carol E. Craggs

      Chapter Essential

  4. Lecture Four: Identity and Voice 3 items
    1. Chapter 10: Media and Citizenship - Jon Davison, Elaine Scarratt

      Chapter Essential

    2. The role of technology - E. Himonides, R. Purves

      Chapter Essential

  5. Lecture Five: Film and Education 2 items
  6. Lecture Six: Games and Education 2 items
    1. Chapter 7: Game literacy - Andrew Nicholas Burn, James Durran

      Chapter Essential

  7. Lecture Seven: BFI Trip 2 items
    1. Look again!: a teaching guide to using film and television with three- to eleven-year olds - British Film Institute Primary Education Working Group, Great Britain. Department for Education and Skills, British Film Institute. Education Department 2003

      Book Essential

    2. Moving images in the classroom: a secondary teachers' guide to using film and television - British Film Institute, English and Media Centre, Film Education 2000

      Book Essential

  8. Lecture Eight: Technologies and the Curriculum 2 items
    1. Chapter 1: Why distrust educational technology? - Neil Selwyn

      Chapter Essential

  9. Lecture Nine: Internet Cultures and Communities 4 items
    1. New media: a critical introduction - Martin Lister 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    2. A qualitative study of children, young people and 'sexting': a report prepared for the NSPCC - Ringrose, Jessica; Gill, Rosalind; Livingstong, Sonia; Harvey, Laura

      Document Essential

  10. Lecture Ten: Social Networking 1 item
  11. Further Reading: 60 items
    1. Doing literacy online: teaching, learning, and playing in an electronic world - Catherine Beavis, Ilana Snyder c2004

      Book 

    2. The cybercultures reader - David Bell, Barbara M. Kennedy 2007

      Book 

    3. The work of art in the age of mechanical reproduction - Walter Benjamin, J. A. Underwood 2008

      Book 

    4. Analysing media texts - Marie Gillespie, Jason Toynbee, Open University 2006

      Book  (and the accompanying DVD)

    5. Making new media: creative production and digital literacies - Andrew Nicholas Burn c2009

      Book 

    6. Digital video and PC editing - Peter Cope 2003

      Book 

    7. Teachers and machines: the classroom use of technology since 1920 - Larry Cuban, Teachers College, Columbia University 1986

      Book 

    8. Doing cultural studies: the story of the Sony Walkman - Paul Du Gay, Open University 1997

      Book 

    9. Videogames of the Oppressed: critical thinking, education, tolerance and other trivial issues - G. Frasca

      Chapter 

    10. Media education for a digital generation - Julie D. Frechette, Robert Williams 2016

      Book 

    11. Web.studies 2010

      Book 

    12. Social semiotics - Bob Hodge, Gunther R. Kress 1988

      Book 

    13. Computers as theatre - Brenda Laurel 1993

      Book 

    14. Handbook of New Media: Student Edition - Leah A. Lievrouw, Sonia Livingstone 2005 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    15. The medium is the massage: an inventory of effects - Marshall McLuhan, Quentin Fiore, Jerome Agel 2001

      Book 

    16. Un/popular fictions - Gemma Moss 1989

      Book 

    17. The teachers' animation toolkit - Britta Pollmüller, Martin Sercombe c2011

      Book 

    18. Rules of play: game design fundamentals - Katie Salen Tekinbaş, Eric Zimmerman c2004

      Book 

    19. Education 2.0?: designing the web for teaching and learning - Diane Carr, Diana Laurillard, Richard Noss, Neil Selwyn 2008

      Book 

    20. Drama with movie-making and animation - Angie Simmons 2012

      Book 

    21. The internet and society - James Slevin 2000

      Book 

    22. Basic digital recording - Paul White c2000

      Book 

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