Fundamentals of Web-Based Multimedia Communications

ISS 240L

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. 

Crosslisting Numbers: 

VMS 288L
AMI 325L

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