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MDIA 1003 - Multimedia Computer

Media communication has grown into a diversified commodity that is mostly driven by computer applications. This is a basic training course for those who have little experience with computers or the media platform. Through lecture and demonstration, students will develop an aptitude for audio and video-based computers used in today's interactive and broadcast media industry. (1 contact hour) [Catalog Entry]

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Room / Campus
Room / Faculty
Instructor Cr
10274

ONLINE
ONLINE
25
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-
F
8/24-12/13
ONLINE
/ MAIN
Redding
, K
1
 

MDIA 1010 - The Bus/Hist/Media

This survey course traces the history and development of the business of presenting film, video, and audio from their first iteration to the present. Accompanying the history and evolution of the technology is a study of the business practices and legal ramifications of activities in the broadcast industry, including licensing, performance rights, and copyrighting. Through lecture and demonstration, the course develops these ideas and makes them pertinent to the media business of today. (2 contact hours) [Catalog Entry]

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Room / Campus
Room / Faculty
Instructor Cr
10341

ONLINE
ONLINE
24
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-
F
8/24-12/13
ONLINE
/ MAIN
Redding
, K
2
 

MDIA 1045 - Writing Broadcast

This course is an introduction to designing and writing for various media formats. Topics include techniques for research, writing, scripting, flowcharting, and storyboarding. The course analyzes narration, commentary, news reporting, and descriptive techniques for impact in many media scenarios. It considers interactive media conventions, production issues, development models, and prototyping as they influence writing. (2 contact hours) [Catalog Entry]

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Room / Campus
Room / Faculty
Instructor Cr
10427

LECTURE
LECTURE
8
M
T
W
R
F
S
11:30 AM-01:20 PM

M
T
W
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F
S
F
8/24-12/13
C2048A
/ MAIN
Williams
, M
2
 

MDIA 1080 - Staff Practice I

Prerequisite: MDIA 1200 or MDIA 1300 or MDIA 1400 or MDIA 1500 or MDIA 1600 or MDIA 1700. A production requirement of all Media Technology Programs, this course provides students with an open forum for the development of Sound, Video, Radio, and Interactive Media Programming skills. Through direct application of media industry crafts, students will learn the skill of Media Engineering as well as related business techniques required for success in the industry. Projects provide direct demonstrations of students' abilities as engineer, producer, project leader, or team member both in group and individual settings. (5.5 contact hours: .25 lecture, 5.25 lab) [Catalog Entry]

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Room / Campus
Room / Faculty
Instructor Cr
11188

LECTURE
LECTURE
9
M
T
W
R
F
S
09:00 AM-09:10 AM

M
T
W
R
F
S
F
8/24-12/13
C2048A
/ MAIN
Pfeiffer
, D
1
11189

LAB
LAB
9
M
T
W
R
F
S
09:15 AM-01:40 PM

M
T
W
R
F
S
F
8/24-12/13
C2048A
/ MAIN
Pfeiffer
, D
0
 

MDIA 1200 - Video 1: Video Prod

This course is an introduction to the operation and maintenance of professional and semi-professional video recording and editing equipment. Through lecture and a hands-on approach in various lab activities, the course presents the basic techniques of professional video production. It also explores video production and editing through the use of professional broadcast-quality digital video cameras and computer-based edit and compositing systems. The course also stresses professional outcomes through videotaping activities in the studio as well as on campus. (5 contact hours: 2 lecture, 3 lab) (TAG, CTAG) [Catalog Entry]
ADDITIONAL FEES: $88.00

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Room / Campus
Room / Faculty
Instructor Cr
10275

LECTURE
LECTURE
8
M
T
W
R
F
S
09:00 AM-09:50 AM

M
T
W
R
F
S
F
8/24-12/13
C2048A
/ MAIN
Williams
, M
3
10276

LAB
LAB
8
M
T
W
R
F
S
10:00 AM-11:15 AM

M
T
W
R
F
S
F
8/24-12/13
C2048A
/ MAIN
Williams
, M
0
 

MDIA 1300 - Radio Production I

This introductory course provides practical experience in radio broadcast production using Lakeland's radio station WTLS as a working laboratory. Instruction focuses on radio production techniques and their use in a professional situation. This course provides students with practical training in applying principles of radio production and operation from a commercial as well as noncommercial point of view. (5 contact hours: 2 lecture, 3 lab) [Catalog Entry]
ADDITIONAL FEES: $88.00

CRN Type Seats Days Times
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Room / Campus
Room / Faculty
Instructor Cr
11469

LECTURE
LECTURE
10
M
T
W
R
F
S
06:00 PM-06:50 PM

M
T
W
R
F
S
F
8/24-12/13
C2048A
/ MAIN
Mooney
, B
3
11470

LAB
LAB
10
M
T
W
R
F
S
07:00 PM-08:15 PM

M
T
W
R
F
S
F
8/24-12/13
C2048A
/ MAIN
Mooney
, B
0
 

MDIA 1400 - Audio I: Audio Prod

This course is an introduction to the operation and maintenance of professional and semi-professional audio recording equipment. Through lecture and a hands-on approach in various lab activities, the course explores musical, business, and session-planning skills. Students will realize recording projects through the use of stereo and multitrack analog and digital tape-based systems. The course also explores editing and mastering functions through the use of various computer-based (Windows and Macintosh) integrated systems. It stresses professional outcomes through recording activities on campus, as well as a class project produced at a local world-class audio recording facility. (5 contact hours: 2 lecture, 3 lab) (TAG, CTAG) [Catalog Entry]
ADDITIONAL FEES: $104.00

CRN Type Seats Days Times
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Room / Campus
Room / Faculty
Instructor Cr
10737

LECTURE
LECTURE
2
M
T
W
R
F
S
09:00 AM-09:50 AM

M
T
W
R
F
S
F
8/24-12/13
C2051A
/ MAIN
Pfeiffer
, D
3
10738

LAB
LAB
2
M
T
W
R
F
S
10:00 AM-11:15 AM

M
T
W
R
F
S
F
8/24-12/13
C2051A
/ MAIN
Pfeiffer
, D
0
 

MDIA 1500 - Interactive Media 1

This course is an introduction to the important components and issues of designing, reviewing, and producing multimedia, including markets, content, components, and phases of production. Students will gain familiarity with media's delivery vehicles such as the World Wide Web and Optical Master. The course places emphasis on the process of building multimedia products through lecture and lab exercises and provides insights into its aesthetic and historical framework. (5 contact hours: 2 lecture, 3 lab) [Catalog Entry]
ADDITIONAL FEES: $49.00

CRN Type Seats Days Times
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Room / Campus
Room / Faculty
Instructor Cr
11022

ONLINE
ONLINE
10
- -

-
F
8/24-12/13
ONLINE
/ MAIN
MacDonald
, M
3
11023

ONLINE LAB
ONLINE LAB
10
- -

-
F
8/24-12/13
ONLINE
/ MAIN
MacDonald
, M
0
 

MDIA 1600 - Animation 1

This course provides an introduction to the important components and issues of designing, reviewing, and producing animation, including markets, content, components, and phases of production. Students will gain familiarity with the tools, techniques, and applications of computer animation software in the two and three-dimensional worlds. The course places emphasis on the process of building animation and cartoon products through lecture and lab exercises and provides insight into its aesthetic and historical framework. (5 contact hours: 2 lecture, 3 lab) [Catalog Entry]
ADDITIONAL FEES: $49.00

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Room / Campus
Room / Faculty
Instructor Cr
11190

LECTURE
LECTURE
3
M
T
W
R
F
S
06:00 PM-06:50 PM

M
T
W
R
F
S
F
8/24-12/13
C2051A
/ MAIN
Stackhouse
, B
3
11191

LAB
LAB
3
M
T
W
R
F
S
07:00 PM-09:50 PM

M
T
W
R
F
S
F
8/24-12/13
C2051A
/ MAIN
Stackhouse
, B
0
 

MDIA 1700 - Intrctv Entertain 1

This course is an introduction to the important components and issues of designing, reviewing, and producing interactive entertainment products, such as video games, video on demand systems, and interactive entertainment web sites. Students will gain familiarity with media's delivery vehicles such as various game platforms as well as computer game development. The course places emphasis on the process of building interactive entertainment products through lecture and lab exercises and provides insight into its aesthetic and historical framework. (5 contact hours: 2 lecture, 3 lab) [Catalog Entry]
ADDITIONAL FEES: $49.00

CRN Type Seats Days Times
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Dates
Room / Campus
Room / Faculty
Instructor Cr
11357

ONLINE
ONLINE
11
- -

-
F
8/24-12/13
ONLINE
/ MAIN
MacDonald
, M
3
11358

ONLINE LAB
ONLINE LAB
11
- -

-
F
8/24-12/13
ONLINE
/ MAIN
MacDonald
, M
0
 

MDIA 2080 - Staff Practice II

Prequisitie: MDIA 1080, MDIA 2200 or MDIA 2300 or MDIA 2400 or MDIA 2500 or MDIA 2600 or MDIA 2700. The advanced production requirement of all Media Technology Programs, this course provides students with an open forum for the development of media technology engineering and business skills. Through direct application of the craft of broadcast media, students will apply media industry skills necessary for successful employment in the industry. Capstone projects provide direct demonstrations of students' independent abilities as engineer, producer, project leader, or team member both in group and individual settings. (5.5 contact hours: .25 lecture, 5.25 lab) [Catalog Entry]

CRN Type Seats Days Times
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Room / Campus
Room / Faculty
Instructor Cr
11359

LECTURE
LECTURE
10
M
T
W
R
F
S
09:00 AM-09:10 AM

M
T
W
R
F
S
F
8/24-12/13
C2051A
/ MAIN
Hill
, R
1
11360

LAB
LAB
10
M
T
W
R
F
S
09:15 AM-01:40 PM

M
T
W
R
F
S
F
8/24-12/13
C2051A
/ MAIN
Hill
, R
0
 

MDIA 2200 - Video 3

Prerequisite: MDIA 1205 (can be taken concurrently). One of the most important uses of broadcast media is the dissemination of information critical to the public interest. In times of crisis, broadcast news becomes crucial to educate the population. This course develops methods and techniques pertinent to the art of audio-only news reporting and explores the art of writing for television news in depth. Through a partnership with Cable News Network (CNN), lecture, historical analysis, and practical application, this course provides the building blocks for effective video journalism. (5 contact hours: 2 lecture, 3 lab) [Catalog Entry]
ADDITIONAL FEES: $88.00

CRN Type Seats Days Times
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Room / Campus
Room / Faculty
Instructor Cr
11193

LECTURE
LECTURE
6
M
T
W
R
F
S
11:30 AM-12:20 PM

M
T
W
R
F
S
F
8/24-12/13
C2051A
/ MAIN
Redding
, K
3
11194

LAB
LAB
6
M
T
W
R
F
S
12:30 PM-01:45 PM

M
T
W
R
F
S
F
8/24-12/13
C2051A
/ MAIN
Redding
, K
0
 

MDIA 2400 - MDIA Audio 3

Prerequisite: MDIA 1405. Audio Recordings and Productions must not only encompass technical criteria for perfection, but also must satisfy artistic qualities to be a success in the media industry. This course develops awareness of the artistic attributes that make audio productions noteworthy and presents the methodology of expert technique. Through case study and practical application students will learn fine points of the audio industry as well as develop business skills that lead to a successful media career. (5 contact hours: 2 lecture, 3 lab) [Catalog Entry]
ADDITIONAL FEES: $104.00

CRN Type Seats Days Times
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Dates
Room / Campus
Room / Faculty
Instructor Cr
11197

LECTURE
LECTURE
12
M
T
W
R
F
S
02:00 PM-02:50 PM

M
T
W
R
F
S
F
8/24-12/13
C2051A
/ MAIN
Hill
, R
3
11198

LAB
LAB
12
M
T
W
R
F
S
03:00 PM-03:45 PM

M
T
W
R
F
S
F
8/24-12/13
C2051A
/ MAIN
Hill
, R
0
 

MDIA 2600 - Animation 3

Prerequisite: MDIA 1605. This course explores the tools and applications that provide three-dimensional animation for video, cartoon, and special effects graphic content as delivered through an interactive computer-based system. Through a variety of lecture and lab activities, the course will use animation development systems to develop the necessary skills of the professional animator. Programs utilized in this class will include industry standard integration packages. (5 contact hours: 2 lecture, 3 lab) [Catalog Entry]
ADDITIONAL FEES: $45.00

CRN Type Seats Days Times
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Dates
Room / Campus
Room / Faculty
Instructor Cr
11422

LECTURE
LECTURE
12
M
T
W
R
F
S
06:00 PM-06:50 PM

M
T
W
R
F
S
F
8/24-12/13
C2051A
/ MAIN
Stackhouse
, B
3
11423

LAB
LAB
12
M
T
W
R
F
S
07:00 PM-10:15 PM

M
T
W
R
F
S
F
8/24-12/13
C2051A
/ MAIN
Stackhouse
, B
0

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