Your assessment questions
A couple of questions have been asked about how to approach the assessment questions. It is only fair that I share my answers with you all.
Question: I would like to ask you about question three because I do not understand about limerick in the question and who is a late night audience? I am also confused about how can I identify it.
Reply: In this scenario, the screen is a public screen at Federation Square. The limericks (poems) would be displayed on the screen. The late night audience sees only the (potentially) offensive limericks the earlier audience sees the non-offensive ones.
This means that you will need first to identify offensive/non-offensive. The way to do this is to use metadata. What I am looking for in your answer is that you will develop a metadata scheme that is able to tag the limerick with a classification or rating. For example, you could use the Dublin Core element Audience content=”latenight’. Or you could make up a classification list that would include G for general R for restricted and apply that to each limerick.
Question: What is the meaning of question four? Do you mean that I should create a file name for the limerick of John Howard or another meaning?
Reply: Yes I want you to create a file name for the limerick about John Howard using the conventions that I gave you. See: http://duckdigital.com/DAM/?p=23
N.B: You need to bring your answers with you on Wednesday so that we can work through them together.
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- 23rd October 2006