INFO 303 B - Writing Across Media
The ability to communicate effectively in multiple types of media is a crucial part of literacy in our society. In this course, students will explore the intersections of various media: print, film, images, sound, etc. Students will consider the ways in which writing--as an object and as a practice--is shaped by multimodal interactions. Also integrates practical activities with broader theoretical issues in order to provide effective strategies for designing multimedia presentations, projects, and texts that integrate photography, video, and sound. Course Information: Same as WRIT 303.
Registration in this course is restricted to Informatics minors, or students majoring in English, Rhetoric, Creative Writing, or Information Sciences until April 30 at approximately 12 pm.
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Course Level: Undergraduate