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Warwickshire College Group

Digital Media Content (Subject to Approval/Validation)

UCAS Code: 017W

Foundation Degree in Arts - FdA

Entry requirements


Two A Levels (at grade C)

Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma (first teaching from September 2016)

PPP

UCAS Tariff

48

About this course


Course option

1.0year

Full-time | 2020

Please note this course is subject to approval.

A vision for the future:

21st century communication is all about connectivity and participation and the way we connect and participate is changing these lines of communication. Our digital narratives involve complex networking across platforms and navigating this is a desired skill both in our personal and work lives.

This course is designed for people looking to become digital producers of innovative media content for various platforms including v/blogging and social media such as YouTube, Twitter, Facebook and HTML5. Training will focus on producing content that engages audiences in an immersive experience and understands the market that content is being created for.

Modules

What will I practice?

Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Realities: Digital Craft Skills;

Learning digital craft skills for enhancing the promoting of narratives across platforms. Digital skills – utilising emerging immersive technologies to create virtual environments and augmented realities.

Digital Journalism: Users Abusers and Youtubers; the pursuit of truth and how the digital community engage with and share content across platforms. Digital skills - advanced journalism, reviewing, blogging and vlogging etc.

Communication in a Post-Digital Environment: Jumping on the Bandwagon: transnational trends and how to participate. Digital skills - capitalizing your digital presence and managing your content.

Assessment methods

Approach to Assessment - the course is 90% practical and as such is participatory in its approach to teaching and learning. The course has no exams and all the coursework will involve online assignments which are assessed in relation to your impact and presence in engaging the online communities and demonstrating digital skills.

Tuition fees

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England
£7,975
per year
EU
£7,975
per year
Northern Ireland
£7,975
per year
Scotland
£7,975
per year
Wales
£7,975
per year

The Uni


Course location:

Royal Leamington Spa College

Department:

Visual and Performing Arts and Media

TEF rating:

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