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Hey my name is Casie (Ca- see) <- just incase people pronounce my name wrong. I’m currently studying a Bachelor of Communications and Media majoring in both Digital/social media and marketing and advertising at the University of Wollongong. This website will showcase my hard work during my time studying this course.

So please sit back and enjoy!


“Memes get degrees”


Recent blog posts

the internet of things

The internet is something that everyone uses in today’s day and age, from iphones to computers to cars they are all connected in some way.  This can all connect to the term of “The Internet of Things”. The Internet of things can be described as physical objects that are embedded with sensors, processing ability, software,Continue reading “the internet of things”

Analysing

A researchers role in their study is to accurately and appropriate relay personal and external experiences displayed in the collection of data, with a starting point of articulating their view toward the research (Sutton & Austin 2014, p. 437). In this post I decided to talk further about the epiphanies in a bit more detailContinue reading “Analysing”

Autoethnographic investigation of a media niche.

Autoethnographic refers to “a form of qualitative research in which an author uses self-reflection and writing to explore anecdotal and personal experience and connect this autobiographical story to wider cultural, political, and social meanings and understandings.” In this blog i’ve decided to do research, development and the creation of my digital artefact ‘The SIMpS Pod’.Continue reading “Autoethnographic investigation of a media niche.”



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