GRDSN 235: MultiMedia I
Instructor: John Mujica
GRDSN 121 or permission of instructor
Students learn to create interactive media at a beginner level. Students learn design and technical skills necessary to create and combine text, graphics, video and audio for digital distribution.
Course Learning Outcomes:
- Students will define timeline based workflows
- Students will demonstrate understanding of time based workflows by assembling media into timeline based projects
- Students will develop written communication skills necessary to be succesful in their career field
- Students will asses eachother and themselves in formal critiques of developed projects
- Students will apply interpersonal skills to learn how to work and effectively communicate inline with industry standards
- Students will develop technical software knowledge at a beginner level to complete multimedia projects
- Students will build build projects that demonstrate creativity and story telling
No books are required for this class.
Activities include but are not limited to:
- Software knowledge
- Guest Speakers
Attendance is crucial to your progress and will be taken at the beginning of every class.
The attendance policy is as follows:
3 Credit Course: More than 6 absences = 0.0
Two late attendances = one absence.
For an absence to be excused a student will need to communicate to their instructor via email prior to an absence.
Students need to complete any overdue work by the next class period, or by instructor arrangement.
Grading / Evaluation Policy:
The instructor will supply a point based grading system or a scoring rubric to set “a standard of performance” to communicate the expectations of quality around specific exercises or projects.
In order to receive a grade for the course, all projects and exercises must be completed and received on the server by the end of the quarter.
Note: Some courses are in sequence. If you receive a failing grade in a course, you may have to come back the following year to complete the SFCC Graphic Design A.A.S. degree.
This course syllabus is only for the quarter listed above and the faculty may make appropriate changes. Also, future syllabi for this course may be different.
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