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.

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 CALENDER

Weeks 1 and 2

Week 3

Week 4

Week 5

ASSIGNMENT BRIEFS

BRIEF 1 v1 What is multimedia?

BRIEF 1 v2 and v3 What is Multimedia?

BRIEF 2 WordPress Blogging

BRIEF 3 Group Project 1 Timeline

BRIEF 4 ACTIVE LISTENING

POINTS OF CONSIDERATION

Points of Consideration 1 Printing

Points of Consideration 2 Printing

Points of Consideration 3 Early Photography

Points of Consideration 4 Early Photo/Film

Points of Consideration 5 Telephone and Telegraph

Points of Consideration 6 Telephone & Telegraph

Points of Consideration 7 Radio

Points of Consideration 8 Television

Points of Consideration 9 Computers

Points of Consideration 10 Digital Networks and the Internet

Points of Consideration 11 Media and Globalization

MEDIA CONTENT: integrated learning units

What is multimedia?

Pre-Printing and Arts

Printing: Gutenberg and Movable Type

Photography

Film

Television

Telephone and Telegraph

Radio

Computers

Internet Networks

Globalization

 

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