DIGITAL GRAPHICS AND ANIMATION(1/2 credit)
In the digital graphics course, students will use graphics, images, and/or video to create content-oriented productions. The media used within these productions will be developed, edited, or otherwise manipulated by students. Final products should reflect multimedia elements, knowledge of design theory, effective use of productivity tools, and the conveyance of content-rich information. Prerequisite: must have taken and passed computer/technology applications or introduction to BCA.
WEB MASTERING(1/2 credit)
Concepts of web communication will be studied and explored. Students will design, develop, and maintain web pages using appropriate current editors and/or tagging languages. Students will demonstrate technical knowledge of the equipment and an ability to use a variety of input devices, file formats and transfer methods. Students will gain proficiency in the use of the various browsers used to navigate the web and study connectivity issues as needed. Security and privacy issues, copyright infringement, trademarks and other legal issues relating to use of the web will be studied. Students will use a variety of web communications. Career possibilities related to the internet and web design will be explored. Prerequisite: must have taken and passed computer/technology applications or introduction to BCA.