Courses

Graduate courses
Computer-Mediated Communications

Communication Studies Department

Sacramento State

Escritura Creativa en Hipermedios

Instituto de Investigaciones Filológicas

Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

Instruction and analysis of human and social Computer-Mediated Communications. Covers from how digital media affects representation and narrative to research on current uses of the Internet and the theoretical frameworks applied to summarize it. Includes a component of Computer Literacy that will help students understand Computer-Mediated Communication and use online collaborative tools efficiently. No previous computer knowledge is required.

Aprender a concebir, estructurar y desarrollar proyectos de escritura creativa usando medios interactivos que establezcan una comunicación adecuada y efectiva.

 

Este curso se llevó a cabo en línea en tiempo real. Nuevas tecnologías de la información y la comunicación proveen experiencias de enseñanza similares a aquellas que ocurren en salón de clases tradicional. La comunicación sincrónica ofrecida por el ancho de banda permite a todos los participantes comunicarse, desde diferentes ubicaciones geográficas, con video y audio en vivo.

Undergraduate courses
Digital Media Creation, An Introduction
Communication Studies Department

Sacramento State

Multimedia Communication

Communication Studies Department

Sacramento State

Online Collaboration
Communication Studies Department

Sacramento State

Students learn multimedia authoring through the manipulation of digital media download legally from online repositories. Students learn how to digitally edit pixel-based images, vector images, audio, video and 3D models, while learning the principles that govern all digital media. The course uses Open Source and specialized software.

Students create and integrate information and digital media with the purpose of informing or persuading an audience. By identifying communication needs, students learn to prepare multimedia presentational aids and standalone multimedia presentations for distribution in online environments. This course features topics in visual communication, story-boarding, presentation and delivery.

Students learn to communicate in virtual environments in real-time and asynchronously. Students survey current technologies for collaboration, explore psychological and cultural aspects of individuals working and communicating in teams across computer networks, and identify strategies to foster cooperatives in distributed work.

Human Communication on the Internet
Communication Studies Department

Sacramento State

New Media and Society

Communication Studies Department

Sacramento State

Provides an in-depth study of communication models that summarize and explain the interaction of humans in electronic environments, especially the Internet. Students locate, organize, analyze, an synthesize the latest research in online communication and make connection between theoretical models and their own experiences

The course examines contemporary social, cultural, political and economic topics regarding the adoption of digital media and the Internet. Students understand their role as citizens of a global knowledge-based society and the ethical dimensions brought by the new computer-enabled media environment. 

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