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The Live Tweeting Awards part 2

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Welcome back! Due to popular demand, the live-tweeting awards (usually an annual ceremony) are back for a second round. This blog will further discuss the highs and lows of my BCM325 tweeting, focussing on the second half of this semester.

So grab your popcorn and a drink; it’s about to get analytical!

Week 1: Robot and Frank (2012)

AWARDS:

Best Research-Based Tweets…

Best Discussion Starter…

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Commenting on the Commented

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Welcome to my critical reflection of my peer commentary for BCM325…

The Comments

Pitch 1: Jess Virgus is continuing her DA from previous subjects, being a bookstagram, and using this to examine how future technologies will impact the future of Bookstagram/Publishing communities.

Reflection 1: 

While researching this project, I learned about a topic I am not very familiar with – being bookstagram in relation to a career in publishing. Jess was able to continue her DA from last year into this subject, which made me reflect on my choice to completely start a new DA that does not correlate with my previous TikTok Digital Artefact. This made me look back to the original purpose of this subject: to study the future and our lives within this future. From this, I was able to gain confidence in my career plan DA and feel certain in my project plan, thereby motivating me…

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The Live Tweeting Awards

Keep it Sweet with Kira Sweet

Hello and welcome to the annual ceremony in which we highlight the great and reflect on the not-so-great tweets of each week for the first half of BCM325. Let the show commence…

Week 1: 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

AWARDS:

Best Research-Based Tweets…

Best Discussion Starter…

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A BCM325 Pitch…

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DA CONCEPT

As I am in my third and final year of university, I have realised that I am quickly approaching needing to find full-time work and ultimately develop a career plan within the digital media marketing industry (my chosen field).

Being a digital marketer wasn’t even a career choice in the 90s,but now it is among the top ten most in-demand jobs on LinkedIn. Having already worked at the digital agencySeller Central Setupfor several years, I am aware of my need to expand my experience within the industry. However, I currently do not have a good grasp on my career goals, what specific sector I want to work in, and what skills I will need to develop in the future to be a competitive candidate within this growing job market.

In order to address this realisation, I will be conducting research for my DA that…

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