Learning materials and a list of literature will be assigned at the beginning of the course, and partly found by the students themselves
Teaching methods: Combination of lectures, discussions, problem based learning and project based learning
02.09.2019 - 13.12.2019
10.07.2019 - 02.09.2019
7 - 25
Leena Mäkelä, Carita Forsgren, Christopher Smith, Jukka Holm
Media and Arts
Bachelor's Degree Programme in Media and Arts
It is possible to get marks from the course via online studies; please contact the tutor for more information on this
The course includes the EMEX project, where students are offered the chance to develop concepts and demos for Yle and German RBB.
There is no exam. Course grading is based on the various activities of each student during the course.
The EMEX project included in the course is an international project between three universities in Finland, Germany and the UK.
4.9.2019 09.00 - 15.00 30017: Walking lecture & discussion: What is emerging media? Definitions, history, trends and contradictions (CF); 360° video production process: case example "Locked Up!"
11.09.2018 09.00 - 15.00 30017: Chris Smith: How pop culture has influenced emerging media
18.9.2019 09.00 - 15.00 30017 Aspects and possibilities of XR in contemporary art - and how it affects other fields (CF)
25.9.2019 9.00 - 11.30 30017 Problem based learning /12.30 - 15.00 Jukka Holm: VR in social and health care
2.10.2019 09.00 - 15.00 30017 Jukka Holm: Location based games (Case example Team action zone)
7.-11.10.2019 09.00 - 16.00 EMEX WEEK at Mediapolis
23.10.2019 09.00 - 15.00 30017 Final presentation and feedback day
Some course activity
Half of the course tasks completed correctly, or all tasks completed but lacking understanding of their content
Active participation in the course sessions both live and online
All the course tasks completed correctly
Active participation and input in the course sessions both live and online
All the course tasks completed in an excellent manner