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ePress periodically publishes eMedia and Transmedia works authored by current and full time members of staff and students. All eMedia and Transmedia works are blind reviewed.

Using Predicted Locations and an Ensemble Approach to Address Sparse Data Sets for Species Distribution Modelling: Long-horned Beetles (Cerambycidae) of the Fiji Islands

Several modelling tools were utilised to develop maps predicting the suitability of the Fiji Islands for longhorned beetles (Cerambycidae) that include endemic and endangered species such as the Giant Fijian Beetle Xixuthrus heros. This was part of an effort to… Continue Reading →

Participatory Video and the Pacifica Mamas: A Pilot Project

Emerging literature highlights that in the Pacific, the use of participatory video (PV) is a new trend in research and community action. It can be employed as a tool to empower communities to have agency over their media outputs, meaning… Continue Reading →

More Than A War: Remembering 1914-1918

More Than a War: Remembering 1914-1918 presents a creative juxtaposition of digital platforms—a combination of audio, video, archival images, soundscapes, and social media, among others—to tell the stories from 1914–1918 a century later. Led by Sara Donaghey, Sue Berman and Nina Seja, the transmedia… Continue Reading →

The Moveable Feast Collective Teach Design

The aim of this new eMedia project is to review aspects of the decision-making process with regards to teaching design, and the pedagogical framework employed. Moveable Feast attempted a complex cross-disciplinary research-based project that encompassed two disciplines, and incorporated 70… Continue Reading →

Rosebank: Cabbages, Horses and Science

In 1993, Neville Exler filmed on his Sony Handicam, the three Connell brothers on site at their market garden on Rosebank Road. This film was made just as these men, the last farmers on Rosebank Road were negotiating the sale… Continue Reading →

The Evocative Object: Why Objects Matter

This new eMedia publication comes from project that was based on the notion of the evocative object – not necessarily around the way we might consider/connect/value an object in terms of its use, or its aesthetics, or ownership but rather… Continue Reading →