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Guest Lecture: How Social Networks and the Internet are changing media creation and higher education

When: Friday 21st May @ 2.00pm
Where: Online (See Bottom) and ICT3.28
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About Prof. Paul Draper (Presenter)

Paul Draper is the Deputy Director (Research) at the Queensland Conservatorium and Griffith Chair in Digital Arts. With a 25-year track record as a professional musician and recording studio producer, Paul designed and realised the Conservatorium’s recorings studios, computer laboratories and networked audio-visual environments.

Paul holds a doctorate in education, has developed music technology and multimedia degree programs and is the recipient of grants and awards in these areas. He is the Director of IMERSD, Griffith University’s premier 5.1 sound recording and post-production studio, engaging in interdisciplinary practice-based projects and research training. He writes on higher education and the arts with other publications including music albums, film sound tracks and internet works.

About the Lecture: Setting up and connecting

This lecture is being held as a proof of concept for the Elluminate Pilot. The lecture hopes to demonstrate the effectiveness of Elluminate as a delivery and collaboration tool for this type of presentation.

You can take part in the lecture online, either at your own computer or in ICT328 where everything will be setup for you. For those wishing to join in 3.28 please let us know so we can arrange room for numbers.  If you wish to take part from your home, office, or elsewhere please first test that you can access the Elluminate system by following these instructions and checking you can access the configuration room. If you have any difficulty accessing the configuration room please contact us by COB Wednesday 19th May.

On the 21st please use this link from to join the session. We suggest joining from 1:50 in case you are hit with unforeseen issues.

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