Taking the hypertexting of movie clips as a starting point — gender, consumption and power in film and new media are examined in the context of theories of interactivity.
|Keywords:||Film, Vertigo, New Media, Interactivity, DVD, File Sharing|
I am 0.5 Senior Lecturer in Digital Media and Communications and 0.5 Principal Lecturer Information Strategy for the Department of Applied Social Sciences. I have a BA(Hons) in Fine Art from the Slade School at University College London and am currently pathway leader for the BA in Digital Media at London Metropolitan University's North Campus. I have spent my career involved in community education and digital media production and have worked on media campaigns for a range of political and single issue organisations. My teaching specialisms include new media scripting and cyberculture and since 2000 I have delivered short course programmes aimed at digital media design agencies. I have also recently completed a project funded by the European Social Fund - 'Workonline' which researched the potential of teleworking to combat barriers to employment in the New Media industries. I have published work on web design and digital video and my current research interests include: The relationship between digital media, intellectual property and media education New Media language
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