Digital Storytelling - Visual Studies
College of Arts and Science
Students in this course explore the skills, methods and theoretical frameworks needed to produce audio for new media and to understand the relationship between audio and digital culture. Students will study and practice writing and producing for web-based and digital media platforms. Assignments emphasize the professional and creative possibilities of new media production with an emphasis on audio. In addition to the hands-on creation of audio for radio, podcast, as well as screen-based, networked, and hybrid forms of digital media, students will also read, discuss, and write about work by producers and radio historians and theorists. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: DST_VS 1880/ENGLSH 1880/FILMS_VS 1880/ARTGE_VS 1920 or consent of instructor.