Wednesday, 7 December 2011
RSEL Group 1 Research Website
We are very pleased with the overall turn out of the website however if all else fails all the sound files are posted on our Youtube channel, found here, so the sound files cans till be accessed if there is a problem with the website.
Friday, 11 November 2011
- With printed personal ads you tend to pay per word, this is not the case with online ads so structure, abbreviations and other features of printed ads are no longer present.
- We can no longer compare between different varieties of newspaper (tabloid, broadsheet, etc.) so may have to focus on other variables.
- There are literally dozens of dating sites out there, each with a different take on the medium. We have selected one or two of the bigger sites that provided a “general service” (i.e. don’t cater towards people from specific careers, faiths, etc).
Friday, 28 October 2011
Thursday, 27 October 2011
I decided to take a really minimal approach, plenty of scope for more pages, should be really easy to navigate and easy to add sound clips/youtube videos later on.
Let me know if there's anything you think I should add/change, the colour scheme is completely editable for example.
Tuesday, 25 October 2011
Unfortunately due to various issues we were late in posting our GLA, for which we apologise. However we feel we are now on top of where we are meant to be and are making sure that once we receive feedback we will meet up as soon as possible to redraft our GLA and meanwhile continue our background reading and look for extra studies relating to our research question. We are also going to make sure we talk to Alison Sealey on Wednesday to discuss how our project is developing, watch and read the relevant information on the wiki and continue developing our ideas through the blog and start collecting relevant data so that by week 7 we will post our reflections of our data on the blog:
Additionally due to the fact it would be impractical to create a pilot study, whilst collecting data we will refine our question and make sure our focus areas are appropriate.