Editorship of the Journal of Media Practice 2001-2006

JRJ Adams

    Research output: Other contribution

    Abstract

    The Journal of Media Practice, founded by Adams in 2001, is an international peer-review publication created to address issues of media practice in the HE teaching and research context. Whilst maintaining complete editorial independence, the unique scope and quality of the journal is formally recognised through the support of the main HE subject associations in the field and Skillset, the film and television Industry Training Organisation (ITO). In line with its original aims, the Journal (of which volume 6 is a sample) has developed a profile of innovative teaching and research practices in an international context, providing an inter-disciplinary forum in which media practice in one medium (e.g. games, anthropology) connects with other existing and emerging media forms (e.g. film, interactive installations). It encourages innovative approaches to pedagogy, and connects media practice research with industry and the arts.
    Translated title of the contributionEditorship of the Journal of Media Practice 2001-2006
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherIntellect Publishers
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2001

    Bibliographical note

    Title of Journal: Journal of Media Practice
    Start Date: 2001-Jan-01
    ISSN: 14682753
    Other: Volume 2-6 (nos. 1-3) & Volume 7 (nos. 1-2)

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