TECH1002 Social Media Innovation

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Module Description

This module provides a foundation for the critical study of social media technology, social media production and social media innovation. In this module learners will demonstrate social media production skills, social media research skills and social media writing skills, in line with good academic practice.

Learners will be able to examine changes and shifts in communication practice and theory, which will be illustrated with examples of media practice during different historical periods, and as they relate to the DIY concept of distributed media production.

The module provides an introduction to the critical study of social media technology, contextualising how social media is influenced and informed by related and legacy forms of media, i.e. television, radio, film, publishing, gaming, and music. The module examines how legacy forms of mass media and inherited audience practices have shaped expectations about social media, and illustrates how they are being challenged by an emerging social approach to media that is founded on innovative models of social interaction theory and new forms of media circulation.

Learners are introduced to the use of critical thinking skills that will help them to interrogate the emerging practices and expectations of social media, and to think about how they are linked and work dynamically. Learners are introduced to the use of social media production practices and techniques, in which they will experiment with emerging and innovative forms of social media production, collaborative forms of production, as well as the creative production of socially mediated experiences.

Learners are introduced to alternative theories of communication theory, such as the principles of mediation; the transmission and broadcast model of mass media; systems models of communication; globalisation; the technology of media; semiotics; audience fandoms; as well as participative and generative models of media. Emphasis is given to theories of Symbolic Interaction as a research method that accounts for social practises and the shared and mediated experiences of people acting in different social groups.

Module Tutors

Dr Rob Watson

GH6.13 Gateway House

0116 257 7057

rwatson@dmu.ac.uk

Rob's Website

Working Hours: Monday – Friday 9am to 5pm

Office Hours:

  • 11.00-11.40 Monday
  • 15.00-15.40 Tuesday

John Coster

Queens Building, Q1.25

john.coster@dmu.ac.uk

@DocMediaCentre

Doc Media Centre

Learner Profiles

TECH1002 Learners

Module Handbook

TECH1002 Module Handbook

Lecture Notes 2017-18

Notes are also available to download as PDF documents from Rob Watson's website Rob Watson Media.

Lectures One - Twelve

Lecture One: Mediation/Remediation: Signs, Images & Media


Lecture Two: McLuhan & The Global Village: The Velvet Underground


Lecture Three: Remixing & Intertextuality: Roxy Music


Lecture Four: Visual Mediation: Talking Heads

  • Reading: Jones & Hafner - Chapter Four (Multimodality)
  • Reading: McMillan & Weyers - Chapter Three (Reflective Thinking).
  • Viewing: History of the Pop Video: [televsion programme, online], YouTube https://youtu.be/TbZvnOGjhZk, (Accessed 07/09/2016).
  • Video Summary: https://youtu.be/aHA2JcsshE4


Lecture Five: The Art of Sampling: ZTT


Lecture Six: Symbolic Interaction Symbolic Interaction Overview


Lecture Seven: Music Has Always Been Social


Lecture Eight: Electronic Music Sharing

  • Reading: Henry Jenkins - Chapter Six (Courting Supporters for Independent Media)
  • Reading: McMillan & Weyers - Chapter Seven (Interpreting & Manipulating Data).
  • Viewing: Sound of Song Episode 2, [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 21:00 23/1/2015, BBC FOUR, 60mins. http://bobnational.net/record/270086, (Accessed 04/10/2015).
  • Video Summary: https://youtu.be/nuWJIXvjY3A


Lecture Nine: Music Sharing-Data Metrics


Lecture Ten: Music Fan Cultures


Lecture Eleven: Music Identities


Lecture Twelve: The Great Disruption

Lectures Thirteen - Twenty-Four

Lecture Thirteen: Media Affordances & Constraints


Lecture Fourteen: Media Technology Convergence


Lecture Fifteen: Spreadable Media


Lecture Sixteen: Digital Literacies


Lecture Seventeen: Critical Thinking


Lecture Eighteen: Future Media


Lecture Nineteen: Report Writing


Lecture Twenty: Network Culture


Lecture Twenty One: Academic Evidence


Lecture Twenty Two: Gamification


Lecture Twenty Three: Augmented Reality


Lecture Twenty Four: Collaboration & Sociality

Workshop Notes 2017-18

Notes are also available to download as PDF documents from Rob Watson's website Rob Watson Media.

Workshops One - Twelve

Workshop One: Introduction


Workshop Two: DMU Commons Blog Set-Up


Workshop Three: Blogging


Workshop Four: Wikis


Workshop Five: Wiki Collaboration


Workshop Six: Documentary Media


Workshop Seven: Vlogging


Workshop Eight Information Management


Workshop Nine: Social Media Skills - Paperli & Storify


Workshop Ten: Collaboration Tools


Workshop Eleven: Talkaoke & Digital Literacies


Workshop Twelve: Social Project Planning

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Workshops Thirteen - Twenty-Four

Workshop Thirteen: Creative Photography

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Workshop Fourteen: Making a Zine

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Workshop Fifteen: Virtual Communities

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Workshop Sixteen: Ideas Testing

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Workshop Seventeen: Vlogging for Evaluation

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Workshop Eighteen: Social Project Evaluation Social Project Evaluation DOCX

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Workshop Nineteen: Network Connections Jones & Hafner Chapter 10

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Workshop Twenty: Digital Mapping

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Workshop Twenty One: Collective Intelligence & Multimodality

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Workshop Twenty Two: Report Formatting

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Workshop Twenty Three: Academic Evidence

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Workshop Twenty Four: Report Checklist

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Assessment

Assessment on this module comes in two types, formative and summative.

Formative is where feedback is given and there is an opportunity to make improvements to the work that you produce. This is generally called coursework, and tests your ability to apply the principles you are learning about in practice. The other type is summative, where you will only receive a mark and limited feedback on your performance. This tests your knowledge and your ability to explain complex ideas, communicate those ideas and to test your cognitive ability.

  • Coursework Portfolio: 50% (formative, three components)
  • Report: 50% (summative & formative)

Component One - On-Line Media Set-Up (5%)

An assessment of your ability to:

  • Set-up your blog site on the DMU Commons, to personalize your site and to post a set of entries related to the lectures and your interest in media.
  • Set-up your personal profile page on the DMU Wiki, and to write objectively about yourself in the style of a Wikipedia entry.
  • Use the DMU Commons Talk platform to develop and share ideas and content.
  • Link your blog to the http://diy.our.dmu.ac.uk/ site.
  • Link your blog to your Twitter Account, Google, YouTube, Facebook accounts.
  • Minimum Work: Four blog posts and one wiki entry, site personalisation, adding social media accounts, working feed for DIY-DMU site.
  • Deadline: Week Six, 10am Monday 6th November 2017.
  • Marking & Feedback: 10am Monday 4th December 2017.

TECH1002 Coursework A Brief & Assessement Criteria

Component Two - Social Media Project Planning & Investigation (15%)

This assignment consists of investigation and research into your chosen social group project for component three of your coursework. This means discussing ideas with members of your group, finding out if other people have undertaken similar social projects, and explaining how these project work.

The final blog post of this section of your coursework portfolio should be a three-minute reflective video, posted either to the blog directly, or embedded as a YouTube video.

This assignment is an assessment of your digital capabilities, skills and literacies for social media production, consisting of a portfolio of different types of media submitted to your personal blog on the DMU Commons http://our.dmu.ac.uk, with a feed to the http://diy.our.dmu.ac.uk/ blog site and a link and description of each blog posted to your DMU Wiki profile page https://wiki.our.dmu.ac.uk/w/index.php/TECH1002_Learners.

You should aim to incorporate a wide variety of content such as podcasts, videos, blogs and wikis, or whatever forms of media you are asked to experiment with and try out.

You will submit five blog posts, the last blog being a three-minute video blog that reflects on what you have learnt so far about setting up and researching social media.

It is essential that you establish the habit of blogging regularly, so you will be expected to post a blog each week, with an updated link on your wiki profile page, and an explanation of what is distinctive and innovative about the blog post.

  • Brief & Marking Criteria:
  • Minimum Work: Five blog posts (1 per week) published from week 6 to Week 10.
  • Deadline: Week 12 (1st week of Christmas break), 10am Monday 18th December.
  • Marking & Feedback by: 10am 22nd January 2018.

TECH1002 Coursework B Brief & Assessement Criteria

Component Three - Social Media Group Project (30%)

How do people use social media to do things with other people in the real world? How do people use social media to learn new practical skills? How do people interact and work collaboratively through social media to do things in the real world?

  • Using the DMU Commons Wiki as the main platform, you will work in a group of no more than four people to put together, develop, trail and reflect-on a ‘real-world’ social activity.
  • Your job will be to create and develop a ‘learning package’ using a dedicated page on the DMU Wiki that will help people to get together and to take part in your allocated activity.
  • Your job is to use social media to manage and develop this process, and to include people as participants and learners.
  • Groups and topics will be allocated in your lab sessions. The list of topics, with links to projects undertaken in previous years can be found here: https://wiki.our.dmu.ac.uk/w/index.php/TECH1002_Social_Media_Group_Project
  • Time will be allocated in the lab sessions for the investigation and the planning of the topics, so group membership is fixed by your lab session.

Your final Social Media Group Project Wiki page will include:

  • A definition of what your project is.
  • Examples of this type of activity being undertaken elsewhere.
  • Instructions and essential information about getting started.
  • Examples of how your group has tried out the activities.
  • Video footage, photographs, audio capture, blog write-ups, links to Tweets, Facebook Groups, Google Groups, pages, and so on, that show how the activity was undertaken.
  • Comments from participants from beyond the group that have been drawn-in to join the group and participate in the activity.

Blog Journal: You are expected to keep a journal that records your involvement and level of participation through the process of developing your Social Media Group Project.

Entries will be posted to your blog each week and listed on your personal wiki profile page.

The final blog post will consist of a video presentation lasting no longer than three minutes, that reflects on what you have personally learnt about social media, how you have improved and developed in this module, and how this relates to the content that you will have posted to your own blog site and the module wiki.

  • Brief & Marking Criteria:
  • Minimum Work: Ten blog posts (1 per week) published from weeks 15 to Week 24.
  • Deadline: 10am Monday 12th March 2018.
  • Marking & Feedback: 10am 11th April 2017.

TECH1002 Coursework C Brief & Assessement Criteria

Component Four - Social Media Innovation Evaluative Report (50%)

  • An assessment of your knowledge of and ability to think critically about social media and technology, and it will contribute 50% of overall assessment.
  • Brief & Marking Criteria:
  • Minimum Work: 2000 Word Report.
  • Deadline: 10am Tuesday 8th May 2018.
  • Submission: Turnitin via TECH1002 Blackboard.
  • Marking & Feedback: 10am Thursday 7th June 2018.

TECH1002 Coursework D Brief & Assessement Criteria

Reading

Essential Reading

  • Cohen, J. & Kenny, T. (2016) Producing New and Digital Media. Abingdon, Focal Press.
  • Jenkins, H. (et al) (2013) Spreadable Media – Creating Value and Meaning in a Networked Culture, New York University Press, New York
  • Jones, R. and Hafner, C. (2012) Understanding Digital Literacies: A Practical Introduction. Abingdon and New York: Routledge.
  • Lindgren, S. (2017) Digital Media & Society, London, Sage.

Study Skills

  • Cottrell, S., & Morris, N. (2012). Study Skills Connected - Using Technology to Support Your Studies. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • McMillan, K. & Weyers, J. (2012) How to Improve Your Critical Thinking & Reflective Skills (Smarter Study Skills), Harlow, Pearson.

Recommended Reading

  • Baym, N. K. (2010) Personal Connections in the Digital Age. Cambridge: Polity.
  • Benkler, Y. (2006) The Wealth of Networks. New Haven and London: Yale University Press.
  • Christakis, C. and Fowler, J. (2011) Connected: The Amazing Power of Social Networks and How They Shape Our Lives. London: Harper Press.
  • Creeber, G. & Martin, R. (Eds.) Digital Cultures: Understanding New Media, Maidenhead: Open University Press.
  • Delwiche, A. & Henderson J.J. (eds.) (2013) The Participatory Cultures Handbook, Routledge, London.
  • Flew, T. (2008) New Media: an introduction (3rd Edition). South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Gauntlett, D. (2011) Making is Connecting: The Social Meaning of Creativity from DIY and Knitting to YouTube and Web 2.0. Cambridge: Polity.
  • Grant, A.E. & Meadows, J.H. (2016) Communication Technology Update and Fundamentals, Abingdon, Focal Press.
  • Hinton, S. and Hjorth, L. (2013) Understanding Social Media. Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, Singapore and Washington DC: Sage.
  • Ito, M. (et al.) (2010) Hanging Out, Messing Around, and Geeking Out. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press.
  • Jenkins, H. (2006) Convergence Culture: Where Old and New Media Collide. New York: New York University Press.
  • Keen, A. (2007) The Cult of the Amateur: How Today's Internet Is Killing Our Culture. London: Nicholas Brealey.
  • Keen, A. (2012) Digital Vertigo. London: Constable.
  • Lanier, J. (2010) You are Not a Gadget: A Manifesto. London: Allen lane
  • Lax, S. (2009) Media and Communication Technologies: A Critical Introduction. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Leadbeater, C. (2008) We-think: The Power of Mass Creativity. London: Profile Books.
  • Lessig, L. (2004) Free Culture: The Nature and Future of Creativity. London: Penguin.
  • Lessig, L. (2008) Remix: Making Art and Commerce Thrive in the Hybrid Economy. London: Bloomsbury.
  • Lister, M. (et al.) (2009) New Media: A Critical Introduction (2nd Edition). London and New York: Routledge.
  • Mandiberg, M. (Ed.) (2012) The Social Media Reader. New York and London: New York University Press.
  • Marshall, P. D. (2004) New Media Cultures. London: Arnold.
  • McLuhan, M (1962) The Gutenberg Galaxy: The Making of Typographic Man, University of Toronto Press, Toronto
  • McLuhan, M (1964) Understanding Media - The Extensions of Man, Routledge, London
  • Medoff, N.J. & Kaye, B.K. (2017) Electronic Media - Then, Now and Later, Abingdon, Focal Press.
  • Murphie, J. and Potts, A. (2002) Culture and Technology. London: Palgrave and Macmillan.
  • Naughton, J. (2012) From Gutenberg to Zuckerberg: What You Really Need to Know About the Internet. London: Quercus.
  • Rheingold, H. (2012) Net Smart: How to Thrive Online. Cambridge Mass. and London: MIT Press.
  • Seel, P. B. (2012) Digital Universe: The Global Telecommunication Revolution. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Shirky, C. (2008) Here Comes Everybody. London: Allen Lane.
  • Shirky, C (2010) Cognitive Surplus: Creativity and Generosity in a Connected Age. London: Penguin.
  • Turkle, S (2011) Alone Together: Why We Expect More from Technology and Less from Each Other. New York: Basic Books.
  • Weinberger, D. (2003) Small Pieces Loosely Joined: A Unified Theory of the Web. New York: Basic Books.
  • Winston, Brian (1998) Media Technology and Society - A History from the Telegraph to the Internet, Routledge, London.

DMU Library Resource List

The list of learning resources can be accessed at the DMU Library, which has links to any additional electroinc resources associated with these books. TECH1002 DMU Library Resource List.

Social Learning

If you are sharing comments or ideas about the topics covered in the module using social media, please use #diydmu

In this module emphasis will be placed on collaboration, sharing, discussion and participation. The idea is that learning is enhanced if it is shared and collectively developed. Each person has a responsibility to play their part in the activities and the tasks being undertaken, and to encourage and support other learners as the module unfolds.

As a community of learners and practitioners this approach recognises that there is more to be gained from a non-hierarchical approach that spreads-out the tasks using social media tools that encourage everyone to participate and to share their ideas, thoughts and observations in a constructive, non-judgemental, and practical way.

Face-to-Face Interaction

While the subject of this module is social media, the primary approach to learning will be based on face-to-face and aural interaction. This interaction takes places in lectures, labs and arranged tutorials. A typical workshop session will consist of a short introduction presentation, the distribution of instructions via the module DMU Commons wiki page, and then short discussions with individuals and small groups throughout the remainder of the session. This takes an informal approach to interaction between the learner and the tutor, thereby placing an emphasis on the ability of learners to take notes and to engage in conversation.

Verbal Instructions

While many of the tasks and coursework assignments are specified in detail in this handbook, learners are encouraged to listen to the verbal instructions of the tutor, and to ask questions based on the notes that they take. Any questions that relate to the practical work, the reading work, or the assignments associated with this module should be noted by learners in their notebooks, and asked during the practical sessions.

Attendance is therefore essential, and is why the focus will be on developing good listening skills in a distraction-free environment. The assignments described and explained in this handbook are starting point and are not prescriptive. Learners are therefore encouraged to go-beyond the tasks and activities that are set here, and to investigate for themselves the many different ways that social media might be used.

Notetaking

Lecture notes and lab worksheets will be provided as PDF documents, including any essential information, links, diagrams, references and source material. However, learners are encouraged to keep notes for themselves, and to record information that is not given in the handouts.

Notetaking is an essential skill so it is important to develop the habit and routine practice of writing notes, sketching diagrams, doodling and so on. You never know when these notes might be useful.

Attendance

A register will be kept of attendance at labs and attendance will be monitored. Non-attendance without good reason can lead to failure of the module.

If you are ill or are away from the university due to an unavoidable or urgent matter please email FOTAC fotadvicecentre@dmu.ac.uk who will inform your tutors, who will mark you as absent. The university may require you to provide evidence to corroborate your absence at some point in the future.

Study Hours

Lecture: One Hour

The lecture will consist of an examination of ideas and concepts associated with the use and development of social media platforms and practices. The lectures run for no more than fifty minutes, and will start promptly on the hour and finish at ten minutes to the hour.

Media examples will be given, along with suggested reading and links to other media. It is expected that learners take notes during the lecture to supplement any notes that are made available by the lecturer. Learners are expected to adhere to the norms of academic practice during lectures, and not disturb or distract other students.

Lab: Two Hours

Labs will take the form of a workshop in which you will actively explore and produce content for your blog, experimenting with different types of social media, and applying problem solving and creative thinking techniques in order to get the best from them.

The lab will cover:

  • Discussions of issues covered in lectures.
  • Experimenting with different forms of social media.
  • Setting up blogs and wiki pages.
  • Writing blogs and wiki entries.
  • Sharing content and ideas.
  • Reflecting on feedback.
  • Planning for future work.
  • Sharing media content.

Personal Study: Eight Hours

As well as attending your classes you are expected to spend time each week working on coursework, background reading, independent investigation, group work and getting to know different social media platforms. Typically, this might be divided into:

Weekly blog planning & writing - One Hour Weekly wiki planning & writing - One Hour Media investigation - One Hour Personal Journal - One Hour Group Work - One Hour Academic Reading - Three Hours Total Minimum Study Time - Eight Hours

Tutor Contact

Your tutor will not answer queries and questions about coursework, exams, the lectures or the workshops by email or any other forms of electronic communication. Instead, you are expected to make a note of your questions in your notebook and bring them to your weekly lab session, where time will always be given to answer any ESSENTIAL questions that you have. Your tutor has allocated time each week to see students for personal tutorials if required. These are listed at the front of the module handbook, on your tutor’s wiki profile, and on the door of your tutor’s office.

Social Group Project

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this module learners will be able to demonstrate an:

At the end of this module you will be able to:

  • Account for the production and development of shared creative media content using social and collaborative research and production techniques.
  • Research, explain and account for the underlying concepts, forms and practices associated with social media.
  • Present data and evidence about social media principles and practices to communicate inves-tigations into social media production practices.


You will achieve this by demonstrating the following:

  • Awareness and knowledge of the underlying concepts associated with social media.
  • Ability to interpret and evaluate terms and concepts associated with social media.
  • Ability to present data and evidence about social media principles and practices and to interpret that evidence using academic concepts.
  • Ability to produce media content (images, sound, text) using media production technologies which can then be distributed using broadcast, social or interactive social media.
  • Ability to evaluate different problem solving approaches related to social media production techniques and the media used by participants in social media networks.
  • Ability to relay information and communicate observations and findings from investigation into social media production practices.
  • Ability to try new learning practices and ideas, and to develop new skills for reflexive and self-evaluative learning.
  • Ability to manage and organise individual and group projects and to exercise personal responsibility in the completion of individual and group tasks and objectives.

Key Words

Convergence, participation, collaboration, attention, critical consumption, social media, Web 2.0, technology, media, culture, mediation, media technology, new media, digital literacies, bibliography, Harvard reference system.

Useful Links

TECH1002 Learners

Dreamspark (Free MS Software & Application)

DIY-DMU Blogs

Rob Watson's TECH1002 Blogs

TECH1002 Social Media Group Project

Box of Broadcasts - Learning on Demand

Make Magazine - Ideas for Making Things

Media Source Material

Abigail's Party, [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 22:30 7/11/2010, BBC FOUR, 107mins. http://bobnational.net/record/41799, (Accessed 16/10/2015).

A Day in the Life of Andy Warhol, [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 21:00 25/8/2015, BBC FOUR, 60mins. http://bobnational.net/record/309962, (Accessed 05/10/2015).

Andy Warhol's Factory Friends - Sunday Feature, [radio programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 18:45 18/1/2015, BBC Radio 3, 45mins. http://bobnational.net/record/269371, (Accessed 05/10/2015).

BBC Music John Peel Lecture 2015 with Brian Eno, 23:00 02/10/2015, BBC4, 60 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/0AF4D57A (Accessed 07 Sep 2016)

Boy George’s 1970s: Save Me From Suburbia, 21:30 08/10/2016, BBC2 (BBC2 England, BBC2 Scotland, BBC2 Wales), 65 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/0D9C4946 (Accessed 09 Oct 2016).

Britain in Focus: A Photographic History Episode One, 00:05 09/03/2017, BBC4, 60 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/0E7E5043 (Accessed 21 Mar 2017).

Britain in Focus: A Photographic History Episode Two, 21:00 13/03/2017, BBC4, 60 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/0E88148E (Accessed 21 Mar 2017).

Britain in Focus: A Photographic History Episode Three, 01:45 23/03/2017, BBC4, 60 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/0E96B022 (Accessed 21 Mar 2017).

Bursting the Social Network Bubble, 16:00 29/11/2016, BBC Radio 4, 30 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/0DDAA891 (Accessed 06 Dec 2016).

Celebs, Brands and Fake Fans, [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 02:00 9/8/2013, Channel 4, 60mins. http://bobnational.net/record/161482, (Accessed 16/12/2015).

Danny Baker's Great Album Showdown, [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 21:00 6/2/2013, BBC FOUR, 65mins. http://bobnational.net/record/136540, (Accessed 18/11/2015).

Dismaland - Channel 4 News, [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 19:00 20/8/2015, Channel 4, 60mins. http://bobnational.net/record/310161, (Accessed 04/10/2015).

Dismaland - Front Row, [radio programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 19:15 20/8/2015, BBC Radio 4, 30mins. http://bobnational.net/record/313372, (Accessed 04/10/2015).

Dominic Sandbrook: Let Us Entertain You, In with the Old, 01:15 16/03/2016, BBC2 England, BBC2 Northern Ireland, BBC2 Scotland, BBC2 Wales, 60 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/0B6DD34A (Accessed 07 Sep 2016).

Electric News: The World's First Radio Station, 11:00 08/11/2013, BBC Radio 4, 30 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/05E8CB84 (Accessed 27 Nov 2017)

Factory: Manchester from Joy Division..., [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 01:30 25/9/2007, BBC FOUR, 90mins. http://bobnational.net/record/197221, (Accessed 05/10/2015).

Gaga for Dada: The Original Art Rebels, 21:00 21/09/2016, BBC4, 60 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/0D715D82 (Accessed 25 Sep 2016)

Girl in a Band: Tales from the Rock'n'Roll Front Line, [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 22:00 30/10/2015, BBC FOUR, 60mins. http://bobnational.net/record/323841, (Accessed 05/11/2015).

The Glory of Glam, The Birth of Glam, 04:00 01/10/2016, BBC 6 Music, 60 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/016A8D62 (Accessed 16 Oct 2016)

The Glory of Glam, Dressed to Kill, 04:00 02/10/2016, BBC 6 Music, 60 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/016E5958 (Accessed 16 Oct 2016)

Great Lives - Marshal McLuhan, 01:30 20/06/2014, BBC Radio 4 Extra, 30 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/001494B4 (Accessed 07 Sep 2016).

Hippy Internet - The Whole Earth Calalogue: [radio programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 11:00 14/12/2015, BBC Radio 4, 30mins. http://bobnational.net/record/338885, (Accessed 11/02/2016).

History of the Pop Video: [television programme, online], YouTube https://youtu.be/TbZvnOGjhZk, (Accessed 07/09/2016).

Hits, Hype & Hustle: An Insider’s Guide to the Music Business, Making a Star Ep1, 01:30 20/01/2018, BBC4, 60 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/106C1959 (Accessed 20 Jan 2018).

Hits, Hype & Hustle: An Insider’s Guide to the Music Business, On the Road Ep2, 01:40 27/01/2018, BBC4, 60 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/109C0FE3 (Accessed 04 Feb 2018).

Hits, Hype & Hustle: An Insider’s Guide to the Music Business, Revivals and Reunions Ep3, 01:30 03/02/2018, BBC4, 60 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/1091B488 (Accessed 04 Feb 2018)

How Facebook Changed the World:..., [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 21:00 5/9/2011, BBC TWO, 65mins. http://bobnational.net/record/67111, (Accessed 05/10/2015).

Imagine - One Night in 2012 - An Imagine Special , 22:00 28/07/2016, BBC4, 100 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/0CF08DEA (Accessed 06 Sep 2016)

In Solitary: The Anti-Social Experiment, 21:00 28/08/2017, Channel 5, 90 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/0F53B981 (Accessed 31 Oct 2017)

Jarvis Cocker’s Sunday Service , With documentary film-maker Adam Curtis, 16:00 16/10/2016, BBC 6 Music, 120 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/0D9C4F1A (Accessed 18 Oct 2016)

Jeremy Deller - Art in Pop, [radio programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 19:00 28/8/2015, BBC 6 Music, 120mins. http://bobnational.net/record/311759, (Accessed 05/10/2015).

John Berger: The Art of Looking, 22:30 06/11/2016, BBC4, 55 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/0DCD3480 (Accessed 08 Nov 2016)

Jonathan Meades on France, [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 21:00 1/2/2012, BBC FOUR, 65mins. http://bobnational.net/record/86144, (Accessed 05/10/2015).

Joy Division, [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 21:00 27/2/2015, BBC FOUR, 95mins. http://bobnational.net/record/278083, (Accessed 06/10/2015).

Kraftwerk: Minimum-Maximum, [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 00:30 25/10/2009, BBC FOUR, 60mins. http://bobnational.net/record/247183, (Accessed 27/02/2016).

Kraftwerk: Pop Art, [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 22:00 30/1/2015, BBC FOUR, 60mins. http://bobnational.net/record/271643, (Accessed 27/02/2016).

The Last Pirates: Britain’s Rebel DJs, 21:00 29/09/2017, BBC4, 60 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/0FB7FC8F (Accessed 23 Nov 2017).

Lou Reed Remembered, [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 23:50 22/3/2014, BBC FOUR, 60mins. http://bobnational.net/record/210128, (Accessed 05/10/2015).

Melvyn Bragg on TV: The Box That Changed the World, 21:00 01/07/2017, BBC2 England, 120 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/0F36FECF (Accessed 14 Jul 2017)

Modern Masters Episode 1: Warhol, [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 21:00 2/5/2010, BBC ONE, 64mins. http://bobnational.net/record/29456, (Accessed 04/10/2015).

Mozilla Podcast Ep9 - Digital Overload: https://irlpodcast.org/episode9/?utm_campaign=irl-s2e2&utm_medium=email&utm_content=moz-button

Muhammadan Bean: The Secret History of Islam and Coffee, 10:30 10/09/2016, BBC Radio 4, 30 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/0D5C53BA (Accessed 12 Sep 2016)

Music for Misfits Episode 1: The Story of..., [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 22:00 2/10/2015, BBC FOUR, 60mins. http://bobnational.net/record/317013, (Accessed 04/10/2015).

Music for Misfits Episode 2: [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 22:00 9/10/2015, BBC FOUR, 60mins. http://bobnational.net/record/317980, (Accessed 12/10/2015).

Music for Misfits Episode 3: [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 22:00 16/10/2015, BBC FOUR, 60mins. http://bobnational.net/record/319806, (Accessed 18/10/2015).

Music Moguls: Masters of Pop Episode 1: [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 22:40 16/1/2016, BBC FOUR, 60mins. http://bobnational.net/record/350124, (Accessed 17/01/2016).

Music Moguls: Masters of Pop Episode 2: [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 22:55 23/1/2016, BBC FOUR, 60mins. http://bobnational.net/record/356381, (Accessed 27/01/2016).

My Life in Science Fiction - Invasion of the Fans, [television programme, online], Prod. credit BBC 22/11/14, BBC iPlayer http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01ytdk5 (Youtube: https://youtu.be/0HWzXxx-4IM) 20 mins (Accessed 30/11/2016).

Noise and Creativity Throughout History - The Brian Lehrer Show, 04/02/2014, WNYC, 21mins. http://www.wnyc.org/story/noise-human-history/ (accessed 02 Nov 2016).

The People’s History of Pop 1, The Birth of the Fan, 01:00 16/04/2016, BBC4, 60 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/0C5F303D (Accessed 09 Oct 2016).

The People’s History of Pop 2, 1966-1976: The Love Affair, 00:30 23/07/2016, BBC4, 60 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/0CF08DFB (Accessed 09 Oct 2016).

The People’s History of Pop 3, 1976-1985 Tribal Gatherings, 21:00 07/10/2016, BBC4, 60 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/0D8FBD8C (Accessed 09 Oct 2016).

The People’s History of Pop 4, 1986-1996 All Together Now, 22:00 25/11/2016, BBC4, 60 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/0DFFACA0 (Accessed 06 Dec 2016).

'The People’s History of Pop 5, 1997-2010 Closer Than Close, 00:15 12/03/2017, BBC4, 60 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/0E7E6D21 (Accessed 21 Mar 2017).

The People's Songs - Youth Tribes, 22:00 18/09/2013, BBC Radio 2, 60 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/02E4D9CC (Accessed 30 Nov 2016).

Pop Art Season, BBC Four http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02yt4dz

Peter York’s Hipster Handbook, 02:35 04/11/2016, BBC4, 60 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/0DC2953B (Accessed 07 Nov 2016)

Rise of the Superstar Vloggers: [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 21:00 1/2/2016, BBC THREE, 60mins. http://bobnational.net/record/357494, (Accessed 11/02/2016).

Rock 'n' Roll America Episode 1, [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 00:15 4/7/2015, BBC FOUR, 60mins. http://bobnational.net/record/302495, (Accessed 04/10/2015).

Rock 'n' Roll America Episode 2, [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 21:00 10/7/2015, BBC FOUR, 60mins. http://bonational.net/record/303425, (Accessed 04/10/2015).

Rock 'n' Roll America Episode 3, [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 21:55 17/7/2015, BBC FOUR, 60mins. http://bobnational.net/record/305584, (Accessed 04/10/2015).

Rollermania: Britain's Biggest Boy Band, [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 22:00 11/12/2015, BBC FOUR, 60mins. http://bobnational.net/record/335273, (Accessed 14/12/2015).

Scotland's Einstein: James Clerk Maxwell - The Man Who Changed the World: [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 21:00 26/1/2016, BBC FOUR, 60mins. http://bobnational.net/record/359479, (Accessed 27/01/2016).

Seriously: Cutting Up the Cut-Up, [radio programme, online], BBC Radio Four, 29mins. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b05zl52m#in=collection:p02wyw0d, (Accessed 13/01/2016).

Seriously: Hippy Internet - The Whole Earth Catalog, [radio programme online], BBC Radio Four, 29mins. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p03cp8c2, (Accessed 13/01/2016).

Seriously: Rave - The Beat Goes On, [radio programme online], BBC Radio Four, http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06j5qcx, (Accessed 13/01/2016).

Seriously: The Pop Star and the Prophet, [radio programme, online], BBC Radio Four, http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b069xcys (Accessed 13/01/2016).

Situationist International - Part 1 of 3: [television programme, online], YouTube, https://youtu.be/2SvdWk8zRrI (Accessed 07/09/2016).

Sound of Song Episode 1, [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 21:00 16/1/2015, BBC FOUR, 60mins. http://bobnational.net/record/268477, (Accessed 04/10/2015).

Sound of Song Episode 2, [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 21:00 23/1/2015, BBC FOUR, 60mins. http://bobnational.net/record/270086, (Accessed 04/10/2015).

Sound of Song Episode 3, [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 00:30 31/1/2015, BBC FOUR, 60mins. http://bobnational.net/record/272648, (Accessed 04/10/2015).

Soup Cans & Superstars: How Pop Art Changed the World, 02:30 17/03/2016, BBC4, 90 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/0AA6B62F (Accessed 07 Sep 2016).

Start-ups changing the food delivery business - BBC News: [television news report, online] BBC News YouTube UK 09:35 13/06/2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GISuXBG-GQQ, (Accessed 19/02/2016).

Story of Pop - Sampling, 01:00 18/02/2016, BBC 6 Music, 60 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/01A3756C (Accessed 07 Sep 2016).

Sunday Feature: Select, Copy, Paste Ep1, 18:45 07/01/2018, BBC Radio 3, 45 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/10551947 (Accessed 14 Jan 2018).

Sunday Feature: Select, Copy, Paste Ep2, 18:45 14/01/2018, BBC Radio 3, 45 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/1066C4FE (Accessed 15 Jan 2018).

Sunday Feature: Select, Copy, Paste Ep3, 18:45 21/01/2018, BBC Radio 3, 45 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/1084D492 (Accessed 15 Jan 2018)

Supergamers: [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 21:00 2/2/2016, BBC THREE, 60mins. http://bobnational.net/record/358379, (Accessed 11/02/2016).

Television’s Opening Night: How the Box Was Born, 22:00 03/11/2016, BBC4, 90 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/0DB86343 (Accessed 07 Nov 2016).

Thinking Outside the Boxset: How Technology Changed the Story Episode 1, 11:30 14/12/2017, BBC Radio 4, 30 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/103B4918 (Accessed 04 Jan 2018).

Thinking Outside the Boxset: How Technology Changed the Story Episode 2, 11:30 21/12/2017, BBC Radio 4, 30 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/1043151E (Accessed 04 Jan 2018).

Thinking Outside the Boxset: How Technology Changed the Story Episode 3, 11:30 28/12/2017, BBC Radio 4, 30 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/104942AC (Accessed 04 Jan 2018).

The Thrill of It All: Roxy Music, 02:00 02/10/2015, BBC 6 Music, 30 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/0AEFF43D (Accessed 16 Oct 2016)

Velvet Underground - A Closer Look [television programme, online], 19/08/2014, YouTube 96mins. https://youtu.be/45hRMCgyZBw (Accessed 12/10/2015).

Warhol Effect, [radio programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 22:00 3/9/2015, BBC Radio 2, 60mins. http://bobnational.net/record/311703, (Accessed 04/10/2015).

What Do Artists Do All Day?, Dennis Morris , 03:10 14/03/2016, BBC4, 30 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/0C2523DB (Accessed 28 Oct 2016)

When Pop Ruled My Life: The Fans Story: [television programme, online], Prod. credit n.k., Prod. company n.k., Prod. country n.k., 21:00 29/5/2015, BBC FOUR, 60mins. http://bobnational.net/record/296795, (Accessed 27/01/2016).

78 Revolutions, 11:30 05/05/2011, BBC Radio 4, 30 mins. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/01C04ED1 (Accessed 06 Dec 2016)