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Multimedia Design in Professional Communication

Students learn to apply rhetorical principles to multimedia authoring; to learn production techniques for multimedia development, including traditional video, CD-ROM, streaming, DVD video, Flash interactivity and database-driven web multimedia.

English 449X/549X: Multimedia Design in Professional Communication (formerly 410)
Through readings, class discussion and multimedia projects, students learn to apply rhetorical principles (audience analysis, invention, organization, style, design) to multimedia authoring and to master software genres commonly used for multimedia training program in education and industry. (Geoffrey Sauer, Spring 2004 and Spring 2006)
English 449X/549X: Multimedia Design in Professional Communication
Students learn to apply rhetorical principles (audience analysis, invention, organization, style, design) to multimedia authoring; to learn production techniques for multimedia development (including traditional video, CD-ROM, streaming, DVD video, Flash interactivity and database-driven web multimedia), from storyboarding to nonlinear editing; to plan and manage collaborative multimedia projects; to master software genres commonly used for multimedia training program in education and industry.
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