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|CPSC 106 - Digital Storytelling|
People have been telling stories since the beginning of time., but how is story telling evolving in the digital age? This course explores how computers are being used to tell stories. We'll study text-based technologies-blogging, the web- and how those models have changed the way we publish and disseminate narratives. Well also study the roles of audio, video, and images in narrative: computer animation, the ethics of altering digital images, and the Story Corps project. Students will use technology including blogs, virtual worlds, and computer games to create and tell their own stories.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Lecture, Online
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Computer Science Department
Arts, Lit. & Perf. Process