UP YOUR LEVEL OF TECHNOLOGY-BASED CREATIVE & CRITICAL THINKING SO DESIRED BY EMPLOYERS!
HUM 316 New Digital Media for the Arts & Humanities
Fall 2013: Face-to-Face
Class meets Wednesdays 4 pm -6:30 pm
Instructor: Kaitlin Briggs
In this brand new Arts & Humanities course, required for majors but a great elective for non-majors, you will investigate, critique, and engage in a range of experiments to discover how new media radically change both thinking and language, as visual material, writing, and technology interplay online to form new, hybridic modes of reading and writing, teaching and learning. Drawing from such diverse fields as literature, geography, and education, areas covered include digital Shakespeare, the internet as a utopia, and a video game field study to explore multi-modal thinking.
Prerequisites: College Writing (LCC 110/111) and Critical Thinking (LCC 200) with a C or better. Cr 3.
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about this awesome course! For more information about registering, please contact the Student Success office at 753-6536.