This is the blog for a research project called Community Uses of Co-Creative Media based in the Creative Industries Faculty at Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia. We have a Twitter account too.
The project has been funded by the Australian Research Council under its Linkages with industry scheme. It uses Digital Storytelling and similar co-creative media production methods to demonstrate how to improve the coordination of sustainable participation and innovation in digital content creation across the Australian community arts, community broadcasting and Indigenous media systems.
Creative Industries Faculty, QUT
Institute for Social Research, Swinburne University of Technology
The Australia Council for the Arts
Australian Centre for the Moving Image
Goolarri Media Enterprises
Digital 31 (Queensland Community Television)
Community Broadcasting Association of Australia
Dr Christina Spurgeon (QUT)
Associate Professor Jean Burgess (QUT)
Professor John Hartley (Curtin)
Associate Professor Ellie Rennie (Swinburne)
Professor Helen Klaebe (QUT)
Dr Nick Herd (Australia Council for the Arts)
Helen Simondson (Australian Centre for the Moving Image)
Further information about the project is available here.
Digital Storytelling at QUT
Since 2004 QUT has been a leader in digital storytelling research, practice and teaching – more information, including a large number of digital stories produced in our postgraduate and continuing professional education program, at the main Digital Storytelling at QUT website.