AM 304 History of Multimedia

Dr. E. Anthony Collins, Adjunct Professor

Marymount California University

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AM304 History of Multimedia is an undergraduate course that provides students with fundamental knowledge of evolving, innovative  and synergistic technologies for mass communication.

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COURSE MATERIALS

Course Syllabus

Course Objectives

Course Attendance Record weeks 1-3

Written Research Paper Guidelines

Grading Criteria

Introduction to class

AP Style Guide

12 Principles of Multimedia Learning

WEEKLY CALENDAR

Weeks 1 and 2

Week 3

Week 4

Week 5

Week 6

Week 7

Week 8

Week 9

Week 10

Week 11

Week 12

Week 13

Week 14

Week 15

ASSIGNMENT BRIEFS

BRIEF 1 v1 What is multimedia?

BRIEF 1 v2 and v3 What is Multimedia?

BRIEF 1 v4 Why do I study the history of multimedia?

BRIEF 2 WordPress Blogging

BRIEF 3 Group Project 1 Timeline

Brief 3.1 Timeline Project v1

BRIEF 4 ACTIVE LISTENING

BRIEF 5 Photographers

BRIEF 6 Timeline Terms, Persons and Eras

BRIEF 7: Why study history?

BRIEF 8: Chaplin and The Great Dictator

BRIEF 9 Hovarik online research

POINTS OF CONSIDERATION

Points of Consideration 1 Printing

Points of Consideration 2 Printing

Points of Consideration 3 Early Photography

Points of Consideration 4 Telegraph

Points of Consideration 5 Early Photo/Film

Points of Consideration 6 Telephone

Points of Consideration 7 Radio

Points of Consideration 8 Advertising and PR

Points of Consideration 9 Television

Points of Consideration 10 Computers

Points of Consideration 11 Digital Networks and the Internet

Points of Consideration 12 Media and Globalization

MEDIA CONTENT: integrated learning units

What is multimedia?

Pre-Printing and Arts

Printing: Gutenberg and Movable Type

Photography

Radio

Film

Television

Telephone and Telegraph

Computers

Internet Networks

Globalization

 

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