Digital Media Creation, An Introduction

Digital Media Creation, An Introduction

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1. Course Activities

1.1. Quick links

1.1.1. Attendance form

1.1.2. Peer evaluation form

1.2. Class schedule

1.3. Activities

1.3.1. Pre-class preparation Blackboard Collaborate Pre-class preparation First day of classes

1.3.2. Setting up Setting up Google services Creating Course Portfolio Submit initial information Recording the screen Download Camtasia, Record a website

1.3.3. Legal framework Copyright and Creative Commons licenses Watching older videos Copyright law and Creative Commons licenses Creative Commons licensed images Creative Commons licensed audio Creative Commons licensed video

1.3.4. Computer Software

1.3.5. Digital text Understanding digital text Watching older videos

1.3.6. Digital images Understanding digital images Watching older videos The binary system and digital images Manipulating digital images Installing the GIMP Bit depth and RGB channels Cropping and resizing Layering and Text Learning resources Digital images personal project

1.3.7. Digital sound Understanding digital sound Watching older videos The binary system and digital audio Referenced resources Manipulating digital sound Installing Audacity Frequency, channels, and file size Remixing music Capturing voice Learning resources Digital sound personal project

1.3.8. Digital video Understanding digital video Manipulating digital video Installing Camtasia Learning Camtasia Basic screen capturing and titles Creating a trailer Animations, music, and overlaying information Learning resources Digital video personal project

2. Start here

2.1. Using the course mind map

2.2. Syllabus

3. Course Information

3.1. Course overview

3.1.1. Catalog description

3.1.2. Synchronous Online Instruction

3.1.3. Learning objectives Basics of cloud-based services Accessing digital media Manipulating digital media Principles of digital media

3.1.4. Office hours and email communication

3.1.5. Professor introduction

3.2. Course Technology

3.2.1. Previous computer knowledge

3.2.2. Hardware requirements

3.2.3. Services

3.2.4. Programs

3.2.5. Accessibility

3.2.6. Troubleshooting

3.2.7. Technology support

3.3. Instructional Materials

3.3.1. Video tutorials

3.3.2. Millions of CC licensed media files

3.4. Class policies

3.4.1. Attendance

3.4.2. Netiquette

3.4.3. Plagiarism

3.5. Grading

3.5.1. Attendance

3.5.2. Peer evaluation Peer evaluation guidelines Peer evaluation form Peer evaluation appeal form

3.5.3. Personal projects

3.6. Usage Rights and Credits