Media Project Showcase

This website showcases rich media projects created by our community members with support from one or more Libraries' media services, including individual consultations, course support, workshops, online resources, media capture spaces, media creation sof

Media Project Examples

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  • Media Project #1: Chernobyl
  • Creator: Liv Ye
    Project Description: The Chernobyl disaster, which occurred on April 26, 1986, caused significant damage and had far-reaching consequences. The Soviet government initially tried to hide the incident and downplay its severity. It took over 20 years for the truth to come to light. The influence of governments on the press varies across different countries. In the United States, the government has less impact on the press due to press freedoms. However, in some countries, the press is controlled by the government and serves as a propaganda arm. Trustworthiness of the media depends on how responsibly they report information and their independence from the government. The media plays a crucial role in uncovering the truth and setting the agenda for public awareness.
    Library Media Support: I think the overall experience is really helpful for me, I know how to borrow microphone, book meeting letting individual worker to help me and know how to do a project.


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