Joanne Newton, LSFM Student | Peru17 Challenge update

Hola from Joanne Newton! LSFM final year Media Production undergraduate with fellow students from the University of Lincoln are doing voluntary work on a media literacy charity project in Peru with Challenges Abroad. Today is their last day said Jo: surrounded by all of the children, their parents and some teachers we watched everyone’s creations. They were so amazed when they saw their little faces on the big screen! We gave out prizes to them and then said goodbye with hugs from all. I won’t lie I even shed a tear! It was incredible and will stay with me forever.

Timely now to reflect with snippets from her blog about the first teaching day: I was feeling a little nervous that morning, not knowing what to expect from the school or the kids. Continue reading

Rose Braisby, Class of 2013 | National Service User Award for KTP

CONGRATS to all involved in winning at the NHS NSU Awards 2017 for the KTP (Knowledge Transfer Partnership) at Rampton Hospital. The KTP project was to develop an interactive radio drama model that would help create innovative research with ‘Dialectical Behaviour Therapy’. Dr Sarah Barrow, Deputy Head College of Arts at the University of Lincoln: Rose Braisby is a 2013 Graduate of Lincoln School of Film & Media (Media Production, specialised in radio) – she was appointed as the KTP Associate working within Rampton Hospital with patients and staff in some very challenging – and rewarding – situations. LSFM’s Dylan Roys was the Academic lead for the project, supporting Rose every step of the way. Thank you to everyone who supported this project.”

Winner-Health&Wellbeing_RoseBraisbyDylan said: Our KTP project at Rampton Hospital won the National Health and Wellbeing Initiative at the NHS National Service User Awards 2017 – it is really big deal in the NHS and the first time Rampton has won something as big as this.”  Rose tweeted: After a lot of hard work from all involved, so proud to have led this project! Well done all in making this a success!   Rose is working part-time as an Associate Lecturer in the College of Arts.

KTP – Media Associate (Fixed Term)

From Michelle Davis: This post has been created as a result of an exciting and innovative Partnership in Knowledge Transfer scheme (PiKT) between Cable Telecommunications Training Services Ltd (CTTS) and the School of Media at the University of Lincoln.

The project aims to develop the company’s new media capability in areas that include: e-marketing, supplementary training aids, e-learning, and investigate novel delivery and distribution approaches. Continue reading

Scott Farrow, class of 2010

“Create yourself an online presence! It’s cheap to buy yourself a domain and set yourself up with a personal website/portfolio. If an employer can look in one place for everything about you, your work and your contact details they won’t have to spend time looking at your CV……”

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KTP Associate Opportunity (York)

From John Mateer, York University

We are looking to recruit an Associate for a Knowledge Transfer Partnership between TFTV and Green Screen Productions, a commercial feature film production company based in York. The post is ideally suited to a recent Masters graduate from a film or TV related course (e.g., MA Film and TV Production, MSc Visual Effects, etc.). Salary is between £21,802 and £25,251 per annum, with a two year contract. The closing date for applications is 1 November 2012. Details

Laura Payne, class of 2010

In September 2010 I graduated with a 2:1 in Media Production. In the midst of rising graduate unemployment, I was worried that I wouldn’t be able to get a job in television. Little did I know that a year later I would achieve my first TV Credits as ‘Offline Editor’ for a new children’s TV series: Cartoonito Tales.

Show Reel from Laura Payne on Vimeo.

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LSM 2011 highlights

It’s been quite a year back on the Brayford:

Andrew Elliott organised a conference, Rethinking Epic, at Lincoln in July, with a line-up that included renowned international scholars in film history (Jeffrey Richards, Robert Burgoyne).

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LSM student praised for iPad app

Sean at the Chelsea Flower Show 2011

Second year BA (Hons) Media Production student Sean Carr has just produced a brand new iPad app for Interflora to use as part of their gold award-winning display at this year’s Royal Horticultural Society Show at Chelsea.

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David Clancy Update

World Cup - with a difference....!

I’m nearing the end of my 2 year KTP contract between the University of Lincoln and Interflora British Unit.

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KTP opportunity (Lincoln)

We have been notified of a vacancy for a Digital Media Associate in Lincoln.

The 2 year post has been created as a result of a Knowledge Transfer Partnership between Lincolnshire Cooperative Ltd and the University of Lincoln.

Salary: £18,000 – £21,000 + full development package to include support for Higher Degree. Closing date: 21/06/2010

Full details and application link

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