Subject Docs, Key Readings, Stuff

This is for the semi official documents for Integrated Media One. Korsakow software. The key software we are using: Korsakow, you can download it here, it needs Java and Flash to run. There's a basic manual, useful tips and tricks and a quick start guide. If you don't want dramas, read them all.

2013

The subject guide and the assessments. The required readings. These are the set readings, however you are expected (and will gain a lot) from reading this subject blog where commentary around your work is offered, and where I will also link to, bookmark, etc relevant other material on a regular basis.
  1. Mason, John. Researching Your Own Practice: The Discipline of Noticing. London: Routledge, 2002. Print. Extract. Mason The Discipline of Noticing (PDF)
  2. Weinberger, David. "Knowledge Overload." Too Big to Know: Rethinking Knowledge Now That the Facts Aren’t the Facts, Experts Are Everywhere, and the Smartest Person in the Room is the Room. Basic Books, 2012. ebook. (pdf extract)
  3. Certeau, Michel de. The Practice of Everyday Life. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1988. Chapter Three, de Certeau (pdf)
  4. Barthes, Roland. “From Work to Text.” Image–Music–Text. London: Flamingo, 1977. 155–64. Print. (pdf extract)
  5. Shields, David. "L: Collage". Reality Hunger: A Manifesto. Vintage, 2011. ebook. (pdf extract)
  6. Miles, Adrian. “Softvideography.” In CyberText Yearbook 2002-2003, 218–236. Jyväskylän: Research Center for Contemporary Culture, 2003. (available online here)
  7. Dovey, Jonathan, and Mandy Rose. “We’re Happy and We Know It : Documentary: Data: Montage,” July 16, 2012. (Preprint copy available).
  8. Corrigan, Timothy. The Essay Film:From Montaigne, After Marker. Oxford University Press, USA, 2011. Print. (Extract)
Archive of 2012 lectures, readings, notes and so on (on dropmark)

2012

The subject guide and the assessments. The required readings.
  1. Weinberger, David. "Knowledge Overload." Too Big to Know: Rethinking Knowledge Now That the Facts Aren’t the Facts, Experts Are Everywhere, and the Smartest Person in the Room is the Room. Basic Books, 2012. ebook. (pdf extract)
  2. Certeau, Michel de. The Practice of Everyday Life. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1988. Chapter Three, de Certeau (pdf)
  3. Barthes, Roland. “From Work to Text.” Image–Music–Text. London: Flamingo, 1977. 155–64. Print. (pdf extract)
  4. Shields, David. "L: Collage". Reality Hunger: A Manifesto. Vintage, 2011. ebook. (pdf extract)
An alernative location. Meanwhile you can view student K-films from Integrated Media One from 2010 and 2011