Production Portfolio - MUS00063M
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- Department: Music
- Module co-ordinator: Dr. Jez Wells
- Credit value: 30 credits
- Credit level: M
Academic year of delivery: 2019-20
Module will run
||Summer Term 2019-20 to Summer Vacation 2019-20
- To further develop production skills, in a way tailored to individual students interests and aspirations.
- To found a self-motivated and self/peer-reflective approach to development and improvement of skills and knowledge.
- To encourage the conception, planning and execution of projects that make the best use of available resources to achieve a desired outcome.
- To enable students to build a body of work that best represents their skills, understanding and interests.
Module learning outcomes
- Students should have a portfolio of work that demonstrates professional competence in production.
- Students should be able to identify and acquire relevant new skills and knowledge in order to adapt to new tasks and modes of working.
- Students should be able to conceive, plan and execute their own recording projects whilst ensuring a sufficient level of challenge.
- Students should be able to present their work to peers and teaching staff, and to articulate its aims and objectives.
- Students should be able to form expressible and useful descriptions and opinions of audio production artefacts in informal discussion fora as well as in more formal written responses.
- Students should have an awareness of their own skills and how they relate to their aspirations, applicable to career planning and further skills development.
Academic and graduate skills:
- Autonomous task planning and implementation
- Ability to advance individual knowledge and understanding
- Problem solving
- Flexibility and adaptability
- Commitment and motivation
- Analytic skills
- Organisation and planning
- Lateral thinking
- Time management and prioritisation
- Engagement with the unfamiliar
- Independent learning
- Reviewing progress
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Special assessment rules
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Comments and breakdown of marks by the start of week 6 in the Summer period (term 4).
Relevant texts from pre-requisite modules
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