TEXT BOOK: Multimedia Authoring, Scott Fischer, AP Professional, 1994
Suggested Readings: (1 per group)
Authorware Professional 2.0, Matthew Holtz, ITP Wadsworth Publishing Co., N.Y.
Exam: 30% Small Projects: 20% Major Project : 40% Participation : 10%
You will be required to read and discuss articles from multimedia magazines. You will also be required to come to class prepared to discuss the chapter readings, handout notes, and the small projects assigned. Where group work is involved, you are expected to share the work equitably. You will be required to evaluate your fellow group members based on their contribution.
In-class activities will include, among other things taking an application idea and developing it as far as the implementation and evaluation stages.
You are expected to learn the Authorware authoring system on your own. A mini-manual will be provided, and lab time is allocated for these purposes. Expect to spend at least 4 to 6 hours a week on this. You will be expected to use that knowledge to develop a small application of your own.
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|1||Introduction to Multimedia
|2||Applications & Applicability||2|
|3||Tools for Development and Use
|4-9||Design, Evaluation, Building and Testing
Presentations and Discussions
|4 - 10|
|10-11||Looking into the Future/Social Issues||10|
|12-13||Integration - finished Multimedia Projects|
Major Project - Presentations and Discussions