This module aims to enable students to develop a portfolio of creative work which will demonstrate design, media software techniques, team working and project planning skills. The group project develops production techniques including filming or media production skills to contribute to the student's understanding of the wider media industry. The student researches creative techniques to implement design, computing, filming or other media projects to create a portfolio of work. The projects are selected from a range of assignments by students so they can specialise in their own area of interest. Time has been set aside in this module to arrange personal tutor meetings so that thestudents can discuss the most appropriate projects for their future career. The workshops give the opportunity to develop creativity with hardware and software tools. During the workshops there is an opportunity to give feedbackduring the development and research stages of the projects. Students are encouraged to critically evaluate their own work and the work of others as they present their own research and give peer reviews. The lectures develop practical research and development skills and professional media techniques. Lectures are delivered to create an industry standard approach to the projects and include visiting guest lecturers. The student also prepares for the final year project with consultaion with their personal tutor.