This unit has been discontinued.
|Unit name||Multiplatform Storytelling|
|Faculty/School||College of Arts, Law and Education
School of Creative Arts and Media
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- Critically assess and evaluate the social, cultural and political role of digital media storytelling in a dynamic and global communication environment;
- Design digital storytelling projects by applying and integrating strategies across a variety of relevant platforms.
- Communicate effectively across a variety of media platforms, including video, print and other online.
- Critically evaluate and discuss your media production experiences and the content you have produced in the context of key concepts in media and communication
A total of 39 hours comprised of weekly 3-hour workshops that include a short lecture, in-class discussion and instruction on practical and technical skills and equipment use.
Content proposal and presentation (2000 words equivalent); website with written, visual and audio content (4000 words equivalent); 2000 word exegesis.
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