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NEWM-N 505 Advanced Issues in Emerging Media Environments

3 credits

Prerequisites: None

This course covers theoretical and exploratory investigations of creative activities in emerging media environments, enabling students to enhance their knowledge, experience, and problem-solving skills. Students establish a research framework and discover new knowledge about media design, human factors, and technological issues by designing, conducting, and evaluating empirical studies.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Engage in empirical research methods needed to review, analyze, evaluate, and report on issues in emerging media technology.
  2. Examine published literature on emerging media technology.
  3. Demonstrate effective deconstruction techniques of interactive design in emergent media technology environments.
  4. Engage in high-level critical thinking skills and the design and development process.
  5. Analyze and present findings and examples of the potential impact in emergent media technology environments.

Course Delivery

  • On-Campus

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