Introduction to Digital Production




Course Info

CRN: 30443

meeting times:
Tues. & Thurs. - Mac Classroom (Lib4000) 5-7pm

special expenses: $50 for headphones, tape, CDs and film

faculty sponsor contact info
Alley Hinkle | 360.867.6249 | hinklea at |
Amy Greene | 360.867.6219 | greenea at |

course description
This course will introduce students to the basic tools for constructing meaningful digital media presentations. This approach to digital media production assumes that a critical media consumer understands decisions that affect content, from scriptwriting and storyboarding to editing. This beginning-level course is appropriate for students in any discipline interested in the mechanics as well as the issues surrounding media production. Using new skills with digital imaging and audio, each student will write and produce a short, finished presentation incorporating primarily still images with a layered audio track. Students will also be responsible for critical writings related to assigned topics and maintaing an online production journal. Class workshops will include digital camera proficiency, Photoshop, Peak DV and iMovie.

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