DMA 200 Production Studio II • 5 Cr.
Provides instruction and practical experience with working on collaborative teams to produce digital products for real-world clients for students who have completed their core coursework. Small teams will work with community organizations and non-profit clients to create digital media solutions for their needs as well as materials for student personal portfolios. Enforced prerequisites: DMA 105, DMA 106, DMA 107, DMA 108.
After completing this class, students should be able to:
- After completing this course, students should be able to: • Collaborate successfully as a team member • Represent oneself professionally and with confidence • Take responsibility for the planning and follow-through of projects in their specific field of interest • Estimate time and resources for each phase of the project • Identify critical path failure and develop contingency plans • Identify the role of various professionals in their specific field • Communicate professionally and responsibly with client (e.g., conduct needs analysis) • Learn independently – assess own knowledge gaps, locate resources to address gaps, self-motivate, schedule time productively, etc. • Ask for and accept constructive criticism, and exhibit continual growth based on feedback and performance evaluation
- Spring 2014 (current quarter)