Jour 590: Multimedia Storytelling I
This course will teach journalists how to communicate effectively using
graphical content, multimedia, and interactive elements. They will learn
how to create a deliberate blend of these elements in order to add value
to their storytelling. They will acquire new "hard" skills but also
cultivate critical "soft skills" -- adjusting their news sensibilities
to accommodate an unceasing news cycle and to think of journalism in
terms of an ongoing process.
- Prerequiste: Junior standing (60 hr).
- Pre-req: Must be admitted into the Journalism Graduate Program.
- Lecture: Lecture for Jour 590
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