May 26, 2022
MM 602 - Project and Story Development
Small development projects to develop students’ potential to succeed as members of a thesis team. Establishment of research project teams and the development of thesis proposals.
Prerequisites: MM 601.
Equivalent Quarter Course: MM 6860.
Possible Instructional Methods: Entirely On-ground.
Grading: A-F grading only.
Student Learning Outcomes - Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
- Name and explain terminology and principles of project planning and execution.
- Name and explain terminology and techniques for design thinking, human centered design and rapid prototyping.
- Name and explain terminology and techniques used in digital storytelling.
- Generalize current directions in media technology, art research and theory.
- Develop relevant and meaningful research problems and questions.
- Demonstrate techniques for storytelling, ideation, design thinking, and human centered design.
- Conceive and create experiences and artefacts in response to research problems and questions.
- Create carefully crafted project proposals in response to research problems and questions.
- Critique works by other students.
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