Courses Offered

University of Notre Dame

400 Main Building, Notre Dame, Indiana,

Awards Offered: Bachelors degree,Masters degree,Doctors degree - research/scholarship,Doctors degree - professional practice

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Current Course Catalog Subject: Information Technology

  • Applied Multimedia

    Multimedia technology surrounds us on computer screens, televisions, phones, and in public displays. It is used to persuade, delight, inform, and educate ... as well as to mislead or deceive. This course explores the ways web media are used to communicate and solve problems, preparing students to take advantage of a variety of tools at work or in a volunteer setting. It stresses four dimensions of multimedia: functionality, aesthetics, content, and usability. Students complete projects involving image editing, blogs, and sound editing. They also use the four dimensions as a framework to critically evaluate media.

  • Applied Multimedia

    Multimedia technology surrounds us on computer screens, televisions, phones, and in public displays. It is used to persuade, delight, inform, and educate ... as well as to mislead or deceive. This course explores the ways web media are used to communicate and solve problems, preparing students to take advantage of a variety of tools at work or in a volunteer setting. It stresses four dimensions of multimedia: functionality, aesthetics, content, and usability. Students complete projects involving image editing, blogs, and sound editing. They also use the four dimensions as a framework to critically evaluate media.

  • Applied Multimedia Technology

    This course explores the use of multimedia in communicating information and solving problems. Using Adobe Flash and other tools, students create materials that incorporate text, animation, images, sound, and video. An overarching theme is appreciation of four dimensions of multimedia: content, aesthetics, functionality, and usability. The course also aims to equip students with strategies for enhancing their skills after the semester ends.

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