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CAPP 30523 - Applied Multimedia Technology, Fall 2008

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Author: G. Christopher Clark
Notre Dame OpenCourseware (OCW) offers free educational resources for the course "Applied Multimedia Technology" in Computer Applications. This course explores the use of multimedia in communicating information and solving problems. Students work with animation, images, and sound. An overarching theme is appreciation of content, aesthetics, functionality, and usability.
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Applied Multimedia Technology

G. Christopher Clark

Computer Applications
University of Notre Dame

Course Structure: 75 minute classes, twice weekly


Prerequisites: none

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Course Description

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.

This course was also cross-listed as DESN 30105.

Note: This course has been updated for 2012, and contains new content. Those course materials can be found in Applied Multimedia.

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