Entertainment industries at university: Designing a curriculum

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Journal Article
Citation:
Continuum, 2010, 24 (6), pp. 921 - 932
Issue Date:
2010-12-01
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Universities have not traditionally trained students to work as producers in the entertainment industries. This key entertainment role involves balancing creativity, business and legal skills in order to generate and run entertainment projects. Queensland University of Technology has recently introduced a program to train students for these jobs. The program is interdisciplinary, drawing on expertise from the Creative Industries, Law and Business faculties. This Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL) article details the course learning outcomes developed from extensive industry and academic consultation, and addresses some of the difficulties involved in developing such an interdisciplinary teaching program. © 2010 Taylor & Francis.
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