This blog came about as a result of realising that my MA dissertation in Media, Culture and Communication (now rightly changed to Education) at the Institute of Education (London) needed interactive oxygen and fewer barriers to flow. Why should dissertations be so flat, linear, static, enclosed, bound by print and… let’s face it… so unread? So here it is.

If on the other hand you’d prefer that linear experience, then please download this here pdf.

My thanks to the considerable guidance and influence of my tutor Dr. John Potter and also Dr. Andrew Burn at the London Knowledge Lab and Mark Reid at The British Film Institute. John’s PhD is now published: Digital Media and Learner Identity: The New Curatorship (2012)

Michelle Cannon

Keywords from the site c/o wordle.net

Keywords from the site c/o wordle.net

A friend of a friend came up with this other use of a dissertation which I thought was … useful, at least.


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