Create and edit files in various formats, including audio, video, moving images, text, and graphics. Apply basic design principles and strategies to increase the effectiveness of a digital product as viewed by different audiences and in different contexts, including print, web, screen, and monitor. Create original works, responsibly repurpose and remix digital resources, and incorporate various files into new creative multimedia works. Convey meaning in media through the use of various techniques and effects developed through editing, audio, color, and rhetorical devices.
In the Sessions College Professional Certificate in Multimedia Arts program, students build proficiency in software programs for creating digital art, movies, and animations, acquiring professional techniques for video production and editing. Students will learn how to create and edit effective movies and motion graphics for the Web and beyond. Enrolling at Sessions turned into a wide awakening of sort as I thought I would breeze through my classes, but this stuff made me work! The program helped fill in so many holes in my art knowledge. Designed for the busy adult learner, the Professional Certificate in Multimedia Arts is a clock hour program completed in nine months studying part time. Level 1. Get a thorough grounding in Adobe Photoshop, the premiere image-manipulation tool for print design, Web design, and photography.
Multimedia Skills for the Empowered Technology User
One use of the Student Technology Fee has been to update classrooms and teaching labs with new advanced:. Technology is a valuable tool that can improve student learning and help offset challenges created by larger classes. As such, the goal is to provide a technology-enriched learning environment in a cost-effective manner for IUP. The technology committees and staff have worked with faculty to identify and prioritize classrooms based on requirements desired and the nature of the facilities.
Beginning Wednesday, January 6, elementary students will return to in-person learning four days per week. Middle school students will begin the semester remotely and return to hybrid in-person learning on Monday, January High school students will begin the semester remotely and return to hybrid in-person learning on Tuesday, January Introduction to Multimedia provides an overview of theory and concepts of visual communication used to present information or promote a message to a consumer. Students will be able apply an understanding of the elements of design to develop interactive, computer-based media for presentational and instructional use. Students will be able to apply basic skills learned in previous classes such as typography, image development, layout, scanning images, manipulating photographs, and creating digital artwork to projects that will create comprehensive marketing and advertising plans for companies. Students will apply the understanding of Adobe Photoshop, Google Sites, Scratch, and Garageband to create their digital designs. Class projects may include: logos, posters, brochures, billboards, flyers, websites and packaging.