Conclusion

Module summary

Number 1 icon Essential tips

  • Maintain high standards of academic integrity in your assignments
  • Links to resources for group assignments, finding information and backing up your files.

Number 2 Written assignments

  • Links to resources on the purpose, audience, tone of writing and structural features of some written assignment types
  • To be effective, think carefully about the intended audience and purpose of your assignment.

Number 3 Video

  • Plan your video with a script and storyboard
  • Use different techniques to make your video visually appealing.

Number 4 Audio and Podcasts

  • Good quality audio is essential to keep your audience listening
  • Recording locations and settings can improve your audio quality.

Number 5 Presentations, posters and infographics

  • Engage your audience using different techniques
  • Use interactivity in your online presentations
  • Make your presentations and posters visually appealing and interesting through good design.

Number 6 Websites, blogs and wikis

  • Web content requires a different style of writing than print
  • Embed different kinds of interesting media in your websites and blogs.

 3D models

  • Use a strategic approach when designing a 3D model
  • Links to resources for learning 3D modelling software.

 Coding

  • Strategies to use for programming assignments
  • Links to resources for learning programming languages.

Congratulations

You have completed the Types of Assignments module.

 


Digital Skills – choose other modules to build your digital capabilities.

This chapter is adapted from 8. Conclusion in Find and Use Media by The University of Queensland Library.

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