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TitleDigital Multimedia Production Techniques
Course NumberDIG 4570
DepartmentBusiness & Technology
Text/MaterialsPlease refer to the GCSC Bookstore website http://doresstore.gulfcoast.edu/ for the most recent textbook information.

DescriptionPrerequisite: DIG2822. This theory based course explores the avenues of contemporary digital production. Students will learn each of the new media, along with its history and connection to the worlds of art and design. Students will be prepared to work for digital news enterprises by understanding how digital technology has changed the field of news media. This course is designed to instruct students in practical skill sets like Web site construction and design, but also to instruct students in the emerging philosophies and values of digital content production. In addition to working on the production of digital projects, students will analyze and discuss the origins of digital journalism and evaluate its impact on today"s constantly changing flow of information.
InstructorErika Goines
OfficeAdvanced Technology Center, Room 205A (ATC 205A)
Instructor Emailegoines@gulfcoast.edu or contact instructor through Canvas
Instructor Phone850-769-1551 x 5886
On-Campus and Testing RequirementsThis is a blended learning class. Class meets Thursdays from 11:00am-12:15pm in the Advanced Technology Center, Room 216 (ATC 216)
Note: CCAF designation identifies courses approved for military GEM program
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