Part one – Research The first step to creating your video and report is to explore both the technology and the industry, to understand the potential impacts. Write a short description of the technology and the industry (150-300 words each), and add both to your ePortfolio page.
Part two – Brainstorming For your topic, list at least three ways the technology may change or disrupt the industry. Include this list on your ePortfolio page.
Part three – Regulation and Ethics Choose one technology impact from the previous exercise, and identify at least four factors or constraints that make this impact possible, or which might prevent it occurring. Frame these within Lawrence Lessig’s regulations – Market, Law, Architecture (Physical/Natural) and Norm(Social/Ethical). Include them in your ePortfolio page.
Part four – Disruption Identify one process within your industry or field that would change as a result of your chosen impact. Some hints to identify processes: • Consider processes in acquisition, manufacture, supply, support, staffing, and communication • Write a brief use case – like a case study but focussing on interactions and processes •
Part five – Video plan (optional) Depending on how you envision your video,
Part six – Video Using any software or other tools you like, create your video! Two minutes is not very long. You don’t have to cover everything from your report, nor all of your brainstormed ideas. You may choose to talk about several of your ideas at a shallow level, or speak in more depth about just one. . Upload your video to one of the following services: • YouTube – youtube.com • Vimeo – vimeo.com Embed your video in your ePortfolio page as an External Media block.
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