Master of Science (Multimedia and Animation) ONLINE


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Typology Master
Methodology Online
Duration 1 Year
Start Different dates available
Support service Yes
  • Master
  • Online
  • Duration:
    1 Year
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    Different dates available
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Multimedia is the combined use of text, graphics, sound, animation, and video. A primary objective of this workshop is to teach participants how to develop multimedia programs. Another objective is to demonstrate how still images, sound, and video can be digitized on the computer. Participants in this workshop will create their own multimedia courses using HyperStudio on the Macintosh platform. HyperStudio is an authoring tool that allows you to develop an electronic stack of cards that contain buttons, graphics, and text.

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· What are the objectives of this course?

Course Objectives Our three overarching goals this semester are: 1. mastery of in-depth reporting and writing skills across different media platforms; 2. proficiency in using visual and audio tools to enhance storytelling; 3. collaborating efficiently and effectively on teams to produce professional-caliber content for the Web The cornerstone of this course is writing and reporting, not software or technology. We will learn the tools so we can tell our stories in the most effective way. We will produce multimedia content that is anchored in thorough reporting and excellent writing. More specifically, our course objectives are to: • Write and report stories across media platforms (text, audio, photography, videography) • Strengthen in-depth reporting skills, including using the Web to its fullest potential • Explore and experiment with long-form journalistic writing • Conceptualize, plan and produce a collaborative in-depth multimedia package

· Who is it intended for?


· Requirements

formulate a working definition of interactive multimedia; demonstrate competence in using the authoring program HyperStudio; demonstrate the use of animation, digitized sound, video control, and scanned images; demonstrate the use of Netscape to access the Course Home Page and Tips and Tricks; use basic instructional design principles in the development of stacks; will develop conceptual maps of content and process for interactive multimedia instructional programs

· Qualification


· What marks this course apart?

Courses in multimedia cover a wide range of topics, most commonly web design and digital arts. Computer-based courses may involve training on video game design and creation. Many students seeking a degree or training choose courses in multimedia that focus on how to design a Flash® web site. Some courses in digital video editing teach students how to edit video recordings on a computer. Music production and music mixing courses are commonly taken by students who are interested in a professional music career. Various courses in multimedia can be completed online. This type of arrangement is convenient for individuals who have busy schedules and cannot attend classes in person. In many cases, online courses in multimedia may offer the opportunity to receive a degree. Choosing an online course in multimedia should involve some research to find the best training at the most affordable cost.

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What you'll learn on the course

Multimedia Animation
Multimedia Tools
Multimedia Web Design
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Course programme

  1. Multimedia Overview
    • Definition
    • Applications and Design
    • Authoring (HyperStudio)
  2. Introduction to HyperStudio
    • The Metaphor
    • The Basics (Cards, Buttons, Text)
    • HyperStudio Resources
  3. Instructional Design
    • Objectives
    • Content (print, graphics, sounds, etc.)
    • Interaction
    • Assessment
    • Closure
  4. Screen Design
    • Metaphors and Themes
    • Colors and Backgrounds
    • Text (size, color, placement)
    • Navigation
    • Consistency
    • Transitions and Links
  5. Use of Sound
    • HyperStudio Sounds
    • Recording Your Own
  6. Internet Resources
    • Graphics
    • Integrating Web documents
  7. HyperStudio Tips and Tricks
    • Animation
    • Launching other applications and documents
    • Basic NBA's
  8. Multimedia Portfolios
    • Designing a template
    • Adding elements
    • Choosing materials (readings)
  9. Advanced Button Features
    • Hyperlinks
    • Drag-n-Drop
    • Advanced NBA's
    • Using Actions with other Objects
  10. Incorporating Digital Media
    • QuickTime Movies
    • Laserdisc and CD-ROM control
    • Scanning

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