Fundamentals of Web-Based Multimedia Communications
ALP, QS, R Multimedia information systems, including presentation media, hypermedia, graphics, animation, sound, video, and integrated authoring techniques; underlying technologies that make them possible. Practice in the design innovation, programming, and assessment of web-based digital multimedia information systems. Intended for students in non-technical disciplines. Engineering or Computer Science students should take Engineering 206 or Computer Science 408. Instructor: Lucic or Szabo. One course. C-L: Visual and Media Studies 288, Arts of the Moving Image 325, Policy Journalism and Media. Seminar version occasionally taught in the Duke in Venice program at Venice International University.