The last plenary
The team work was followed by the last plenary, where students first presented their thoughts about their project and reactions to it. René Lansink, the moderator of the session, then gave his feedback to each team, both about the presentation of the project and the project itself. Each project was then discussed by the students and the lecturers.
|René Lansink with Graham Cooper|
The feedback by René Lansink will be published with the presentations of each project result on this blog over the days to come.
In the second feedback discussion students gave their assessment of the content and arrangements of MC2020. The feedback was very positive, but many improvements were also suggested for the next intensive programme. A summary of student feedback will follow on this blog.
About Networks and Social Capital
In the final presentation of MC2020 Cai Melakoski illustrated the networking activities which led to the EU project proposal to EU to fund Media Culture 2020 project. He talked also about networking as means to build Social Capital, and gave also some practical advice to students building their networks.
|The last slide of the presentation|
Finally the certificates were handed out by lecturers and everybody went out to prepare for the last evening and the trip back home.
|Rosa Pons and the Vic University team|
|René Lansik with the Utrecht School of Arts team|
|Anna Trapenciere with Liapaja University MPlab team|
|Graham Cooper and University of Lincoln students|
|Team TAMK Media with Cai Melakoski. Photo: Rosa Pons|