CISG 213 Production Multimedia*

Students in this class will work in teams developing a high-level, professional quality interactive multimedia project which will require prior knowledge in: design, video editing, sound capture, digital image manipulation, animation, web animation, and authoring. Students will become the directors, designers, software experts, sound engineers, and proofers of a final project developed to promote an organization or agency. This class will emphasize teamwork, design, and creativity. In teams, students will create a final project which will encompass the student's work as well as reflect on their attained knowledge of multimedia design, principles of design, industry practices, and the use of technical application.

Credits

3 Credits

Prerequisite

Final semester of the Digital Media program: CISG 101, CISG 105, CISG 106, CISG 109, CISG 110, CISG 116, CISW 111, CISG 102, CISG 207, CISG 210, and CISW 113

CISG 213Production Multimedia*

Please note: This is not a course syllabus. A course syllabus is unique to a particular section of a course by instructor. This curriculum guide provides general information about a course.

I. General Information

Department

Information Technology

II. Course Specification

Course Type

Program Requirement

Credit Hours Narrative

3 Credits

Prerequisite Narrative

Final semester of the Digital Media program: CISG 101, CISG 105, CISG 106, CISG 109, CISG 110, CISG 116, CISW 111, CISG 102, CISG 207, CISG 210, and CISW 113

Grading Method

Letter grade

Repeatable

N

III. Catalog Course Description

Students in this class will work in teams developing a high-level, professional quality interactive multimedia project which will require prior knowledge in: design, video editing, sound capture, digital image manipulation, animation, web animation, and authoring. Students will become the directors, designers, software experts, sound engineers, and proofers of a final project developed to promote an organization or agency. This class will emphasize teamwork, design, and creativity. In teams, students will create a final project which will encompass the student's work as well as reflect on their attained knowledge of multimedia design, principles of design, industry practices, and the use of technical application.

IV. Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, a student will be able to:

Create professional-quality interactive media which incorporates animation, audio, video, and graphics using "authoring" software. Follow basic copyright laws as they relate to multimedia. Effectively lay out a presentation from beginning to end. Follow the presentation rules regarding readability, quality, and consistency. Effectively utilize software and hardware devices needed to create and present multimedia products. Effectively utilize graphics, sound and video in multimedia products. Effectively work with digital still and digital movie cameras, from taking the pictures (videos) to editing the stills and/or videos. Work effectively as a team member. Effectively and professionally work with a "client."

V. Topical Outline (Course Content)

Outcome: To develop the student’s ability to work as an effective and participating member of a team, demonstrating positive "people" skills. Assessment: Successful completion of the final project which requires students to divide the responsibilities of the project, and then both "self-evaluate" and "team evaluate" each individual’s performance. The Instructor will also evaluate the individual and team performances based on an established "rating" sheet. Successful completion of this project will demonstrate the student’s teamwork. Outcome: Students will learn Adobe After Effects. Assessment: Students will incorporate Adobe After Effects into their multimedia project.

VI. Delivery Methodologies

Required Materials

Portable drive Headphones.