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Fully literate citizens are able to use the language of digital media as well as text. They can access, understand, analyze, and produce sound, images, and video.

By the end of this course, students will be able to operate media recorders and develop media messages using Audacity, Photoshop, and Premiere. They will also be able to use media language to describe and critique several kinds of media-based messages . Projects include an edited audio recording, a set of posters, and a video. Two exams assess knowledge of media language and the ability to critique media. Students also produce an electronic portfolio to document their media literacy.

Chris Clark G. Christopher Clark

Kaneb Center for Teaching & Learning
350 DeBartolo Hall
(574) 631-7434
clark.96 at nd.edu

Paul Turner Paul Turner
Teaching and Learning Technologies, OIT
230 DeBartolo Hall
(574) 631-3881
paul.turner at nd.edu

Header image – “I’m Sharing This” by Lars Plougmann
Paul Turner portrait by Matt Cashore/University of Notre Dame