“Discuss how Noam Chomsky’s filters explain how the media helps to manufacture our consent in contemporary Western democracies. You should use contemporary examples to support your discussion.” Noam Chomsky is an American linguist and philosopher who is known for his influences on linguistics, his theory of innate grammar, and his […]

“Discuss how music in an audio-visual medium may have a significant and equal impact on the understanding of the narrative, storytelling, emotion, or meaning of the AV piece. Listening to music without sound can leave the audience feeling a bit lost. A film score; whether we’re consciously paying attention or

Save Money and Energy with new B.E.M. Guide. The Minister of State at the Department of Transport, Energy and Communications, Sean McGee TD announced at a seminar in Cork today that grant aid of excess €125,000 will be provided to four hospitals and five hotels, including Merlin Park Hospital in

Designing for STEM Workshops On the 7th of March, the Designing for STEM team ran a workshop in the NIMBUS Center seminar room as a part of CIT Innovation Week. The workshop was attended by Creative Digital Media student’s, PR students, and Marketing students. The students were divided into groups

Designing for STEM Workshops On the 8th of March, the Designing for STEM team ran a workshop in Sacred Heart Secondary School in Clonakilty. The workshop was attended by sixteen Transition Year students, who were divided into two groups of five, and one group of six. The groups were required to

Designing for STEM Workshops On the 19th and 20th of February, the Designing for STEM programme ran a pilot of their workshop in Loreto Secondary School, Fermoy. Over the two days they worked with a hundred students to create low fidelity prototypes, solving real world STEM problems using ideation and

21st May, 2015 at Nimbus Centre, CIT. The Designing for STEM team at the Nimbus Research Centre, CIT are delighted to announce an exciting new ‘Designing for STEM’ programme which is being launched today,  Monday, May 21st, from 14.00 to 14.30pm at the Nimbus Research Centre, CIT. The programme is

Designing for STEM Workshops On Monday, 21st May, we decorated the NIMBUS Seminar Room for the official launch of our website and program! The event was a great success and was attended by many potential collaborators of ours, including; Head of Faculty of Engineering and Science, Michael Loftus, and Trish

Designing for STEM Workshops Last week, the Designing for STEM workshops ran a pilot workshop in the NIMBUS Center with Fourth Year Creative Digital Media students in preparation for the release of their project into secondary schools. The Designing for STEM project is a project funded by the UMI Project,

Starting off on the evening of Poussey Washington’s murder, the fifth series of Orange is the New Black takes place over the course of three days as the prisoners riot and take over the prison. Once again we are thrown headfirst into Litchfield Penitentiary, seeing the riot from each clique’s

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