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COM 535 Digital Publishing 3.0 Credits

This course provides students with applied and theoretical knowledge of the current state of digital publishing, which includes a diverse range of digital media and channels including: email, websites, blogs, forums, DVDs, CD-ROMs and electronic books. Students will focus on issues relating to writing text optimized for online consumption and integrating text and graphics to create and publish a professional, branded and visually appealing blog, website, and other electronic artifacts, such as email newsletters/promotions, custom social media graphics and/or an infographic. Students will also consider how issues in document design and usability can be used to evaluate websites and other digital publications. The ethical issues of digital publishing and sources for copyright free photo/image use are explored.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit


...Credits COM 500 3.0 COM 610 3.0 COM 535 3.0 INTERNSHIP * COM...

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