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Electronic Media Communication

Course NumberCST 147
Lab Hours0
Lecture Hours30
Course DescriptionPrerequisite: READING LEVEL 2 AND WRITING LEVEL 2. Develops beginning/intermediate best practices for business and education presentations and electronic media. Focuses on developing attractive, professional, effective, and well-timed visuals for different business settings. Students will use cloud-based technologies to create and share presentation media and supplemental materials. (30-0)

Outcomes and Objectives

Develop strategies to create audience and context appropriate for electronic media communication.
  1. Understand different contexts in which electronic presentations are most suitable.
  2. Identify the audience for a presentation when given the context and manner in which it will be presented and shared.
  3. Plan a presentation that is appropriate for the audience and context in which it will be used.

Produce presentations using a variety of current presentation applications or delivery methods.
  1. Research and gather resources for electronic media communication.
  2. Create and design presentations.
  3. Modify or redesign an existing presentation.
  4. Present or share a presentation.
  5. Effectively use presentation tools.
  6. Use social media and networks to share and promote presentations.
  7. Understand copyright and Fair Use guidelines related to the use and sharing of electronic and other copyrighted materials.
  8. Demonstrate attribution of resources.
  9. Create unique electronic resources utilizing open source, social media, cloud-based and other applications and tools.
  10. Apply best design practices related to audience, context and venue(s) of delivery.
  11. Create and share supplemental presentation materials.

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