What will you study?
You will examine the histories, institutions, technologies, forms and meanings of conventional new media, and become familiar with key theoretical and aesthetic concepts developed through practical and analytical assessments. The course approaches conceptual, intellectual and subject-specific skills from at least three vantage points, defined broadly as ‘technical’, ‘digital arts’ and ‘analytical-theoretical’ approaches.
You will examine fundamental theoretical questions about digital media, gain a critical understanding of the principles and experiences of interface design, study the professional and practical considerations of digital media production, explore and uncover telecommunications technologies that help to provide a rich online experience, and consider present and future convergence technologies.
Please note that this is an indicative list of modules and is not intended as a definitive list.
-Digitisation of Media
-Interaction Design I
-Interaction Design II
Option modules (choose 4)
-Creative Digital Photography
-Live Streaming Production
-Culture Remixed: Digital Creations
-Computer Generated Imagery
-Digital Audio Production for Communication Media
-Digital Media and Urban Cultures
-Light Readings: EXperimental Film and Video