Refugees & Cyberculture: final progress update

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The time has come for my final progress update! I have basically finished my literature review, I have organised interviewees and I am ready to start working on my digital artefact. My digital artefact is – as I’ve stated a few times by now – a video series, so I’ve been on the hunt for photos and footage available to make the series visually compelling.

I was surprised to find Creative Commons actually had a vast amount of images available for reuse within the license requirements (non-commercial reuse), as in the past I’ve found it quite limited. I have a feeling the subject matter may account for the amount of available images to reuse, as I’ve noticed various sources have an interest in sharing the varied experiences of refugees.

“Syrian refugees strike at the platform of Budapest Keleti railway station. Refugee crisis. Budapest, Hungary, Central Europe, 4 September 2015.” Attribution: By Mstyslav Chernov…

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One thought on “Refugees & Cyberculture: final progress update”

  1. I really love that you’ve chosen to investigate something so meaningful and important. Breaking down the topic and exploring all different parts really shows you’ve thought it through and you’re passionate about it. I can’t wait to see your digital artefact at the end. 🙂

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