Summer Course: The Digital Media Documentary
High school and college-level students can learn about digital media
and produce a documentary video in DVD format during an Alma College
“The Digital Media Documentary” will be taught from May 29 through June 20. Instruction will be individualized for both beginning and intermediate students. Course topics include:
• media literacy and use of multimedia design tools,
• narrative development and storyboarding,
• capturing and editing video and audio subject material,
• composing, editing and incorporating graphics and photos into full-motion video, and
• incorporating multicam video, lighting and visual effects.
“This is a unique course that emphasizes the use of digital communication tools to create informative and provocative multimedia documentaries,” says Raymond Riley, professor of music and new media studies at Alma College. “Students will learn to use multimedia design tools to plan, create, edit and present a DVD documentary.”
Tuition is $1,260. Students may choose to commute or live on campus. The room and board fee is $600 for students who choose to live on campus.
To enroll, call the Alma College Registrar’s Office at (989) 463-7348. For information about course content, contact Riley at (989) 463-7295, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Vickery at (989) 463-7238, email@example.com.
Posted: Tue, May 22nd, 2007 at 7:38AM