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Anonygram, Daniel Jones
Demo of an iPhone app made by Daniel Jones which allows location-aware, anonymous posts to be uploaded and shared to create local news feeds for communities.
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9/7/2018 1:07:43 PM
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Arabic writing in the Digital Age
The present lecture is part of the monthly Research Talks organised by the Arabic Language@Leeds Satellite group in the School of Languages, Cultures and Societies at University of Leeds. Abstract: Traditionally, the acceptable form for Arabic writing was the fuṣḥā form, and yet we see in the digital age the proliferation of writing that more closely resembles the spoken āmmīyah forms. Perhaps even more interestingly, we see the use of ‘mixed’ forms of writing that combine elements of both fuṣḥā and āmmīyah. Is this mixing random or are there patterns we can identify? Are we witnessing an evolution of Arabic writing? How can we analyse this language use in the wider context of Arabic writing, and how does this language use compare with traditional print media and literature? Dr Saussan Khalil is a Senior Arabic Language Teacher at the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies at Cambridge University. She is also the founder and director or Kalamna, a social enterprise providing Arabic language classes for children, teacher training and research-based resources for teaching Arabic. She holds a PhD in Arabic sociolinguistics and MA by Research in Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language – both from Leeds University. She also holds a Certificate for Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language from SOAS and a BA English Literature from Alexandria University in Egypt. The talk took place on May 24th, 2-3pm BST
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5/24/2021 1:00:29 PM
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COMM3780 Mobile Media: Work by Tiril Nilsen
Demonstration of Seek - a mobile app that lets people sit at home with friends or alone and see Facebook events that are on that day and close by.
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1/19/2016 10:55:12 AM
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Episode 1- The History of Olympic Game Sponsorship and Commercialisation
PODCAST SERIES: The Effects of Sponsorship and Commercialisation on Overall Olympic Spirit This episode will focus on the historical trends of Olympic sponsorship and commercialisation and how both have increased from 1896 to the present 2018 Olympics in Pyeongchang.
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5/2/2018 12:46:09 PM
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Episode 2- A Case Study Focusing on the 2004 Athens Olympics
PODCAST SERIES: The Effects of Sponsorship and Commercialisation on Overall Olympic Spirit The main focus for this episode is to observe a specific case study on a specific Olympics that had a unique sponsorship programme. The 2004 Olympics did not have any support from official partners or official sponsors. This working example of corporate sponsorship will be analysed to determine the effects on Olympic spirit and company satisfaction.
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5/2/2018 12:01:49 PM
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Episode 3- The Effects of Sponsorship and Commercialization on Overall Olympic Spirit
PODCAST SERIES: The Ethical Dilemma of Commercialisation in the Olympic Games The focus is of this episode is based on the conflict between commercialisation and therefore the funding of the games, and the ideal meaning of Olympic spirit through marketing. Is there a framework for an ideal sponsor that can implemented which would ultimately minimise this conflict?
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5/2/2018 12:06:04 PM
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Episode 4- Opinions on Olympic Sponsorship and the Final Selection Criteria
PODCAST SERIES: The Effects of Sponsorship and Commercialisation on Overall Olympic Spirit The main focus for this episode is to gain an understanding on the student’s point of view with reference to commercialisation in the Olympics. The argument that will be presented is whether or not it is acceptable for Olympic sponsors to have selection criteria allowing them to become official Olympic partners. Students will respond on how they feel about the huge marketing and advertising budget of large corporations and whether or not ground rules can be put into place by the international Olympic committee to make a decision on allowing certain companies to be involved in Olympic promotion.
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5/2/2018 12:07:36 PM
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Gender Controversy in the Olympic Games- Episode 1
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5/1/2017 12:18:00 PM
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Gender Controversy in the Olympic Games- Episode 1 NEW
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5/24/2017 7:52:41 PM
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Gender Controversy in the Olympic Games- Episode 2
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5/1/2017 12:36:53 PM
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Gender Controversy in the Olympic Games- Episode 3
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5/1/2017 12:43:41 PM
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Gender Controversy in the Olympic Games- Episode 4
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5/1/2017 12:48:59 PM
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Hayley Daniels' Mobile Game Prototype
This prototype mobile game was created with the intention on proving the concept of an educational, interactive game for children to teach them about the costs of truancy and the benefits of school. The game was built using GameSalad and the prototype works initially only on iPhone License : All Rights Reserved
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2/28/2014 1:24:21 PM
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IS Orientation Thurs AM_9/17/2015
University of Leeds
9/17/2015 7:49:26 AM
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Law and Society Presentation Group 8
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12/8/2016 10:30:34 AM
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LEED2012 Group E - Podcast 1
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5/2/2017 9:04:53 AM
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LEED2012 Group E - Podcast 2
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5/2/2017 9:11:44 AM
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media Futures _10/29/2019
Ella Marshall from Love for the Streets on How to harness the Greta effect
University of Leeds
10/29/2019 4:00:37 PM
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media futures - planet earth 2_10/23/2018
University of Leeds
10/23/2018 3:01:00 PM
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Media Futures _11/14/2017 Is a career in Poolitics just for the bad guys?
Simon Buckby former advisor to Tony Blair, Jon Mendelsohn Labour peer in the Corbyn era; and come together to discuss the fallout with Brexit and the General Election, as well as ‘fake news’ who would trust a political journalist or want a career in Politics?
Sam Gill
11/14/2017 4:07:35 PM
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media Futures- how to be a sports journalist _2/13/2018
sam gill
2/13/2018 4:03:16 PM
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Media Futures: how to be a freelance _10/25/2017
University of Leeds
10/25/2017 11:58:21 AM
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Media Futures: Working in Tv - the hits and misses_1/23/2018
University of Leeds
1/23/2018 4:02:03 PM
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Media Futures; Shiver entertainment and documentaries _10/17/2017
University of Leeds
10/17/2017 3:04:08 PM
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media futures_10/22/2019
New Substance 's Mungo Dennison
University of Leeds
10/22/2019 3:00:31 PM
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mediafutures_10/1/2019
University of Leeds
10/1/2019 3:50:01 PM
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Meet David Sillito, University of Leeds Alumnus
BBC Arts Correspondent David Sillito recalls working on the Leeds Students newspaper, and how inspirational teaching led him to pursue a career in journalism.
David Sillito
2/18/2013 9:30:00 AM
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Meet Jay Rayner, University of Leeds Alumnus
Acclaimed author, food critic and broadcaster Jay Rayner describes how opportunities at the University of Leeds helped shape his career.
Jay Rayner
2/18/2013 9:15:00 AM
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Meet Liz Kershaw, University of Leeds Alumna
BBC 6 Music DJ Liz Kershaw explains how the exciting music scene in Leeds led her to pursue a career in music journalism and broadcasting.
Liz Kershaw
2/18/2013 9:40:00 AM
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Museum of Me
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11/2/2017 11:52:42 AM
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MySupportBuddy
An app by Abigail Peach for COMM3780 Mobile Media
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5/7/2019 7:58:38 PM
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NICHOLSON 200862262.mp3
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2/17/2016 7:56:06 AM
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Orientation Session, Thursday PM_9/17/2015
University of Leeds
9/17/2015 12:49:52 PM
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Reporting Grenfell _10/30/2018
University of Leeds
10/30/2018 4:04:37 PM
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Room Picker
An app by Leilah Birchall for COMM3780 Mobile Media
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5/7/2019 8:01:05 PM
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Simon Popple discusses his REF 2014 impact case study
Simon Popple, Deputy Head of the School of Media and Communication outlines his collaboration with the BBC to open up archival resources to a wider audience.
Simon Popple
12/11/2014 10:30:00 AM
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Sociology and Social Policy - postgraduate study
Masters students, postgraduate researchers and staff share their experiences of Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Leeds and why they are passionate about their subject.
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7/27/2017 12:41:43 PM
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Studying Broadcast Journalism at The University of Leeds.mp4
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2/17/2016 10:59:52 AM
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Studying Journalism at The University of Leeds
Recent graduates from the BA Journalism course at the School of Media and Communication speak about their experience at Leeds and how their degree has benefitted their career.
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6/8/2016 11:20:46 AM
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Top Tip: Talk to people who inspire you and spend time with them
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11/2/2017 11:36:27 AM
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Top Tips: Do some extracurricular stuff
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11/2/2017 11:24:07 AM
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Top Tips: Don't ask for a job, ask for advice.
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11/2/2017 11:29:10 AM
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Top Tips: Get experience everywhere
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11/2/2017 11:44:43 AM
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Top Tips: Get yourself out there, be known, be willing
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11/2/2017 11:42:35 AM
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Top Tips: Have the right attitude
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11/2/2017 11:41:22 AM
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Top Tips: Identify your strengths and address weaknesses
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11/2/2017 11:39:44 AM
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Travlbook (Mica Ross-Harris)
Student work for COMM3780 Mobile Media
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6/19/2017 1:09:16 PM
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University of Leeds discovery themes: media, culture and creativity
Theme leader Dr Fiona Douglas outlines how studying these exciting modules can enhance your understanding of art, culture and develop your creativity.
Dr Fiona Douglas
8/8/2014 11:30:00 AM
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xHale (Mica Ross Harris, COMM3725)
A demo of an iPhone app created for the New Media Final Project module, with help from staff at Leeds Children's Hospital. The app is intended for use by children with cystic fibrosis and aims to encourage them to carry out their daily physiotherapy in fun and engaging ways. The app contains various games and animations which are controlled by blowing on the microphone. This encourages the user to inhale and exhale deeply and strongly, which can have potential positive physical effects for these patients.
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9/18/2017 2:42:29 PM
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xHale, user demo (Mica Ross Harris, COMM3725)
A demo of an iPhone app created for the New Media Final Project module, with help from staff at Leeds Children's Hospital. The app is intended for use by children with cystic fibrosis and aims to encourage them to carry out their daily physiotherapy in fun and engaging ways. The app contains various games and animations which are controlled by blowing on the microphone. This encourages the user to inhale and exhale deeply and strongly, which can have potential positive physical effects for these patients.
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9/18/2017 2:46:36 PM
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