HEAR: Media, Communications and Marketing

Activities involving Media, Communications and Marketing.

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Goldsmiths Students' Union media roles

Description

This student was elected as Goldsmiths Wired Radio Station Manager. Wired is the Goldsmiths radio station run completely by students and funded by the Goldsmiths Students' Union. As Station Manager they were responsible for the facilitation and management of at least two radio shows and contributing to content.

Criteria

  • Served a full term in position
  • Ensure the Wired Radio timetable is up to date and monitored
  • Be the main point of contact for any Wired Radio queries
  • Offer committee opportunities to Wired Radio members
  • Organise at least one event for Wired Radio members
  • Ensure a thorough handover to the next Wired Radio managers

How do I find out more?

Contact Rachel Sunderland, Societies Coordinator.

Description

This student was elected as Leopard Student Newspaper Editor. The Leopard Student Newspaper is the independent voice of students at Goldsmiths. The newspaper is supported and funded by the Goldsmiths Students’ Union and its content is written entirely by students under the direction of the student-led editorial team. They were responsible for managing or overseeing the creation of the student newspaper and contributing to content.

Criteria

  • Served a full term in position
  • Ensure all sub-editors are hired at the beginning of the academic year
  • You must have managed or overseen the creation of at least two editions within an academic year
  • You must have contributed content to the newspaper (500 word minimum)
  • You must have kept the website updated weekly throughout the academic year

How do I find out more?

Contact Rachel Sunderland, Societies Coordinator.

Description

Smiths is an eclectic student-run arts and culture magazine published three times each academic year. This student was elected as a Smiths Magazine Editor and was responsible for managing or overseeing the creation of the magazine and contributing to content.

Criteria

  • Served a full term in position
  • Ensure all sub-editors are hired at the beginning of the academic year
  • You must have managed or overseen the creation of at least two editions within an academic year
  • You must have contributed content to the magazine (500 word minimum)
  • You must have kept the website updated weekly throughout the academic year

How do I find out more?

Contact Rachel Sunderland, Societies Coordinator.

Description

This student held an elected Media Committee Position for either Goldsmiths Wired Radio, The Leopard Student Newspaper or Smiths Magazine all of which are student-run. They were responsible for working with other members of the committee to ensure the successful running of the media group and ensuring the continuity of the media position they worked within.

Criteria

  • Full paid membership of the Media Group
  • Served a full term in position
  • Ensured the continuity of the media positions that you work within
  • Completed two broadcast hours within an academic year and / or
  • Completed a minimum of two featured articles in print or online across a minimum 1200 count within an academic year
  • Helped to manage the media group

How do I find out more?

Contact Rachel Sunderland, Societies Coordinator.

This student has been a member of Goldsmiths Students’ Union Media Group and contributed content to Smiths or Leopard publications. They have gained skills in communication, creative thinking, organisation, self-management, and meeting deadlines.

Criteria

  • Full paid membership of the Media Group
  • Completed a minimum of two featured articles in print or online across a minimum 1200 word count within an academic year

Get involved in student media

How do I find out more?

Contact Rachel Sunderland, Societies Coordinator.

This student has been a member of Goldsmiths Students’ Union Media Group and contributed to Wired Student Radio Station through the involvement in production and broadcast of programmes, or the creation of broadcast content. They have gained technical and presentation skills, as well as skills in communication, teamwork, organisation, time management and meeting deadlines.

Criteria

  • Full paid membership of the Media Group
  • Completed ten broadcast hours within an academic year

Get involved in the Student Media Group

How do I find out more?

Contact Rachel Sunderland, Societies Coordinator

This student has made a substantial and sustained contribution to the Film Media group through the involvement of production, development and creation of film content. They have gained skills in creative thinking, teamwork, organisation, self-management, time management and communication.

Criteria

  • Full paid membership of the Media Group
  • Completed ten hours working on a film during the year

Get involved in student media

How do I find out more?

Contact Rachel Sunderland, Societies Coordinator

CEN8

Description

CEN8 is a Community Interest Company based at Goldsmiths. Led by a team of professional artists and student volunteers, CEN8 delivers creative afterschool activities for young people aged 7-18 years. This student spent a minimum of 30 hours supporting CEN8’s promotional and marketing campaigns and / or events producing usable promotional materials and / or taking an active role in organising events.

Criteria

To gain recognition on your HEAR, you must complete 30 hours supporting CEN8's promotional and marketing campaigns and / or events, produced usable promotional materials and / or had an active role in organising events.

How do I find out more?

Find out more about CEN8 or contact Gill Jarman.

Description

CEN8 is a Community Interest Company based at Goldsmiths. Led by a team of professional artists and student volunteers, CEN8 delivers creative afterschool activities for young people aged 7-18 years. This student spent 30 hours volunteering and took responsibility for planning and delivering a marketing campaign or promotional activity.

Criteria

To gain recognition on your HEAR you must

  • Complete 30 hours
  • Meet with Gill Jarman / Ken Breinburg and agree the campaign or activity
  • Plan and deliver a marketing campaign or promotional activity

How do I find out more?

Find out more about CEN8 or contact Gill Jarman

Description

CEN8 is a Community Interest Company based at Goldsmiths. Led by a team of professional artists and student volunteers, CEN8 delivers creative afterschool activities for young people aged 7-18 years. This student volunteered for 50 hours and led the design, delivery and evaluation of a promotional activity with a team of volunteers gaining skills in project management, working to deadlines, communication, teamwork and leadership.

Criteria

To gain recognition on your HEAR you must

  • Complete 50 hours
  • Meet with Gill Jarman / Ken Breinburg and agree the campaign or activity
  • Plan, lead and deliver a marketing campaign or promotional activity
  • Evaluate the outcome of campaign or activity as agreed with Gill Jarman / Ken Breinburg

How do I find out more?

Find out more about CEN8  or contact Gill Jarman.

Media and Communications

Description

East London Lines is an independent news website run by the MCCS department. This student has completed at least 30 hours of editorial work. This role includes finding, researching, writing and publishing stories relevant to the website’s coverage area, liaising with other editorial staff, editing and publishing the work of others, creating, sourcing and editing images and video.

Criteria

  • Meet with supervisor to agree stories to be covered
  • Complete at least 30 hours spread over vacation periods and reading weeks
  • Complete a minimum of 5 published pieces with at least 2 pieces of at least 500 words
  • Complete a cover sheet for each story in format requested by MCCS.

How do I find out more?

Contact Terry Kirby in MCCS.

As General Editor of GoldDust, this student has developed curatorial, editorial, organisational and communication skills. They have recruited and managed Genre Editors, solicited material and promoted and supported the work of creative contributors, developing leadership, team working, marketing, and problem solving skills.

Criteria

  • Attend monthly editorial meetings.
  • Maintain the archive of copyright agreements.
  • Recruit and manage Genre Editors in an efficient fashion.
  • Ensure the publication of at least one issue of GoldDust in the Autumn and Spring terms.
  • Adequately brief the members of staff responsible for the site about any potentially problematical issues, including legal clearances.
  • Ensure that GoldDust is imaginatively and consistently marketed and promoted.

How do I find out more?

Contact Philip Palmer, Lecturer, MCCS. View GoldDust online.

As Features Editor of GoldDust, this student has developed curatorial, editorial, organisational and communication skills. They have solicited material and commissioned and edited new work from creative contributors, developing leadership and team working skills and working to deadlines.

Criteria

  • Maintain a healthy pool of new contributions by soliciting and commissioning new work.
  • Work constructively with contributors in order to achieve high quality work.
  • Edit at least two creative contributions during their time at Goldsmiths.
  • Accurately and reliably proof read written material and ensure high quality reproduction of all visual materials.

How do I find out more?

Contact Philip Palmer, Lecturer, MCCS. View GoldDust online.

As Animation Editor of GoldDust, this student has developed curatorial, editorial, organisational and communication skills. They have solicited material and commissioned and edited new work from creative contributors, developing leadership and team working skills and working to deadlines.

Criteria

  • Attend monthly editorial meetings.
  • Maintain the archive of copyright agreements.
  • Recruit and manage Genre Editors in an efficient fashion.
  • Ensure the publication of at least one issue of GoldDust in the Autumn and Spring terms.
  • Adequately brief the members of staff responsible for the site about any potentially problematical issues, including legal clearances.
  • Ensure that GoldDust is imaginatively and consistently marketed and promoted.

How do I find out more?

Contact Philip Palmer, Lecturer, MCCS. View GoldDust online.

As Prose Editor of GoldDust, this student has developed curatorial, editorial, organisational and communication skills. They have solicited material and commissioned and edited new work from creative contributors, developing leadership and team working skills and working to deadlines.

Criteria

  • Attend monthly editorial meetings.
  • Maintain the archive of copyright agreements.
  • Recruit and manage Genre Editors in an efficient fashion.
  • Ensure the publication of at least one issue of GoldDust in the Autumn and Spring terms.
  • Adequately brief the members of staff responsible for the site about any potentially problematical issues, including legal clearances.
  • Ensure that GoldDust is imaginatively and consistently marketed and promoted.

How do I find out more?

Contact Philip Palmer, Lecturer, MCCS. View GoldDust online.

As Poetry Editor of GoldDust, this student has developed curatorial, editorial, organisational and communication skills. They have solicited material and commissioned and edited new work from creative contributors, developing leadership and team working skills and working to deadlines.

Crtieria

  • Attend monthly editorial meetings.
  • Maintain the archive of copyright agreements.
  • Recruit and manage Genre Editors in an efficient fashion.
  • Ensure the publication of at least one issue of GoldDust in the Autumn and Spring terms.
  • Adequately brief the members of staff responsible for the site about any potentially problematical issues, including legal clearances.
  • Ensure that GoldDust is imaginatively and consistently marketed and promoted.

How do I find out more?

Contact Philip Palmer, Lecturer, MCCS. View GoldDust online.

As Film Editor of GoldDust, this student has developed curatorial, editorial, organisational and communication skills. They have solicited material and commissioned and edited new work from creative contributors, developing leadership and team working skills and working to deadlines.

Criteria

  • Attend monthly editorial meetings.
  • Maintain the archive of copyright agreements.
  • Recruit and manage Genre Editors in an efficient fashion.
  • Ensure the publication of at least one issue of GoldDust in the Autumn and Spring terms.
  • Adequately brief the members of staff responsible for the site about any potentially problematical issues, including legal clearances.
  • Ensure that GoldDust is imaginatively and consistently marketed and promoted.

How do I find out more?

Contact Philip Palmer, Lecturer, MCCS. View GoldDust online.

As Illustration Editor of GoldDust, this student has developed curatorial, editorial, organisational and communication skills. They have solicited material and commissioned and edited new work from creative contributors, developing leadership and team working skills and working to deadlines.

Criteria

  • Attend monthly editorial meetings.
  • Maintain the archive of copyright agreements.
  • Recruit and manage Genre Editors in an efficient fashion.
  • Ensure the publication of at least one issue of GoldDust in the Autumn and Spring terms.
  • Adequately brief the members of staff responsible for the site about any potentially problematical issues, including legal clearances.
  • Ensure that GoldDust is imaginatively and consistently marketed and promoted.

How do I find out more?

Contact Philip Palmer, Lecturer, MCCS. View GoldDust online.

As Multimedia Editor of GoldDust, this student has developed curatorial, editorial, organisational and communication skills. They have solicited material and commissioned and edited new work from creative contributors, developing leadership and team working skills and working to deadlines.

Criteria

  • Attend monthly editorial meetings.
  • Maintain the archive of copyright agreements.
  • Recruit and manage Genre Editors in an efficient fashion.
  • Ensure the publication of at least one issue of GoldDust in the Autumn and Spring terms.
  • Adequately brief the members of staff responsible for the site about any potentially problematical issues, including legal clearances.
  • Ensure that GoldDust is imaginatively and consistently marketed and promoted.

How do I find out more?

Contact Philip Palmer, Lecturer, MCCS. View GoldDust online.

As Photography Editor of GoldDust, this student has developed curatorial, editorial, organisational and communication skills. They have solicited material and commissioned and edited new work from creative contributors, developing leadership and team working skills and working to deadlines.

Criteria

  • Attend monthly editorial meetings.
  • Maintain the archive of copyright agreements.
  • Recruit and manage Genre Editors in an efficient fashion.
  • Ensure the publication of at least one issue of GoldDust in the Autumn and Spring terms.
  • Adequately brief the members of staff responsible for the site about any potentially problematical issues, including legal clearances.
  • Ensure that GoldDust is imaginatively and consistently marketed and promoted.

How do I find out more?

Contact Philip Palmer, Lecturer, MCCS. View GoldDust online.

As creative contributor, this student has contributed at least two creative works to GoldDust, working as part of a team, meeting tight deadlines and complying with editorial guidelines. They have developed communication and creative skills, producing work to a professional standard.

Criteria

  • Contribute at least two creative works to GoldDust.
  • Demonstrate collaborative skills.
  • Demonstrate professionalism, which includes working to deadlines and signing the copyright agreement in a timely fashion.

How do I find out more?

Contact Philip Palmer, Lecturer, MCCS. View GoldDust online.

Description

As Chronicle Editor of GoldDust, this student has developed curatorial, editorial, organisational and communication skills. They have solicited material and commissioned and edited new work from creative contributors, developing leadership and team working skills and working to deadlines.

Criteria

  • Maintain a healthy pool of new contributions by soliciting and commissioning new work.
  • Work constructively with contributors in order to achieve high quality work.
  • Edit at least two creative contributions during their time at Goldsmiths.
  • Accurately and reliably proof read written material and ensure high quality reproduction of all visual materials

How do I find out more?

Contact Philip Palmer, Lecturer, MCCS. View GoldDust online.

Description

As Music Editor of GoldDust, this student has developed curatorial, editorial, organisational and communication skills. They have solicited material and commissioned and edited new work from creative contributors, developing leadership and team working skills and working to deadlines.

Criteria

  • Maintain a healthy pool of new contributions by soliciting and commissioning new work.
  • Work constructively with contributors in order to achieve high-quality work.
  • Edit at least two creative contributions during their time at Goldsmiths.
  • Accurately and reliably proofread written material and ensure high-quality reproduction of all visual materials

How do I find out more?

Contact Philip Palmer, Lecturer, MCCS. View GoldDust online.

Description

As Radio Editor of GoldDust, this student has developed curatorial, editorial, organisational and communication skills. They have solicited material and commissioned and edited new work from creative contributors, developing leadership and team working skills and working to deadlines.

Criteria

  • Maintain a healthy pool of new contributions by soliciting and commissioning new work.
  • Work constructively with contributors in order to achieve high-quality work.
  • Edit at least two creative contributions during their time at Goldsmiths.
  • Accurately and reliably proofread written material and ensure high-quality reproduction of all visual materials

How do I find out more?

Contact Philip Palmer, Lecturer, MCCS. View GoldDust online.

Description

As Senior Editor of GoldDust, this student has developed curatorial, editorial, organisational and communication skills. They have solicited material and commissioned and edited new work from creative contributors, developing leadership and team working skills and working to deadlines.

Criteria

  • Maintain a healthy pool of new contributions by soliciting and commissioning new work.
  • Work constructively with contributors in order to achieve high quality work.
  • Edit at least two creative contributions during their time at Goldsmiths.
  • Accurately and reliably proof read written material and ensure high quality reproduction of all visual materials

How do I find out more?

Contact Philip Palmer, Lecturer, MCCS. View GoldDust online

Description

As Web Editor of GoldDust, this student has developed organisational and web design skills. They have worked closely with the editorial team to make GoldDust an attractive and elegantly designed site, with archived material easily available, while working to often demanding deadlines.

Criteria

  • Maintain the GoldDust site and take responsibility for all coding and web design issues
  • Respond imaginatively to creative work with elegant page designs
  • Web design at least two issues of GodDust during their time at Goldsmiths.
  • Ensure that past issues are archived and showcased to ensure easy access for subsequent viewers of the site

How do I find out more?

Contact Philip Palmer, Lecturer, MCCS. View GoldDust online.

Description

As Social Media Editor of GoldDust, this student has developed organisational, promotional and communication skills. They have promoted each issue on a range of platforms such as Instagram and Facebook and they have generated an internet ‘buzz’ to drawn in new viewers of the site and acknowledge the loyalty of past viewers of the site, while working to often demanding deadlines.

Criteria

  • Promote at least two issues of GoldDust on social media
  • Be actively engaged in collaborating with the Senior Editors in planning the promotional strategies;
  • Liaise closely with the Department teams who are responsible for promoting student events

How do I find out more?

Contact Philip Palmer, Lecturer, MCCS. View GoldDust online.

Description

As Six Word Novel Editor of GoldDust, this student has developed curatorial, editorial, organisational and communication skills. They have solicited material and commissioned and edited new work from creative contributors, developing leadership and team working skills and working to deadlines.

Criteria

  • Maintain a healthy pool of new contributions by soliciting and commissioning new work.
  • Work constructively with contributors in order to achieve high-quality work.
  • Edit at least two creative contributions during their time at Goldsmiths.
  • Accurately and reliably proof read written material and ensure high quality reproduction of all visual materials

How do I find out more?

Contact Philip Palmer, Lecturer, MCCS. View GoldDust online.

Development & Alumni Office

Description

This student successfully completed a competitive recruitment process to become a Telephone Fundraiser. They were responsible for contacting Goldsmiths Alumni to raise vital funds for Goldsmiths as part of the Giving to Goldsmiths Telephone Campaign. This challenging role requires persistence, confidence and a positive attitude, and enables the student to develop vital fundraising, communication and target based work.

Criteria

  • Complete required 2-day training
  • Complete 2-3 weekday evening and 1-weekend day shift for the 3 weeks of the campaign which is a minimum of 36 hours in total 
  • Adhere to the code of conduct which includes data protection 

How do I find out more?

Find out more about the Telephone Campaign or contact the Alumni Office