Journalism and Mass Communication
Multimedia Production I is designed to introduce students to the basic elements of multimedia production: audio recording and editing, basic photography, video production and editing, interactive infographics, and the basic functions of a Web platform. These will be presented on a comprehensive multimedia Website (in this course, we will be using Wordpress). During the first two weeks of the semester, we will be discussing the many facets and opportunities presented by multimedia storytelling; at the end of these two weeks, each student will be responsible for turning in a one-page proposal for their website, which will focus on a sea level rise theme, issue, topic or ongoing event/story that they will follow throughout the course of the semester. Students will then spend the remainder of the semester populating these sites with content using the various multimedia storytelling techniques that we will be learning throughout the semester.
MacMillin, Kate, "RTV 3260 Multimedia Production I Special Topic: Sea Level Rise in South Florida" (2014). Course Syllabi. 12.