20 Credits SPRING



Aims/Description: The use of digital media to enhance the effectiveness of a narrative is common in the fields of business, entertainment, cultural heritage, education and journalism. The module provides an introduction to the area of digital storytelling including key concepts and technologies involved in creating/using digital content and how to use digital media to tell a story. Students will be taught practical skills such as how to create and use digital media such as images, videos, and sounds, and how to design and create complex multimedia applications using Adobe Animate CC (an industry recognised platform, using HTML and CSS).

Staff Contact: Peter Holdridge
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Laboratory work, Independent Study
Assessment: Course work, Lab work

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