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ACAM 350 Asian Canadian Community-Based Media
Digital media production in the context of community engagement. Includes critical media literacy, community-based research ethics, project design, training in media forms such audio, video, photography, and web publishing.
|Status||Section||Activity||Term||Interval||Days||Start Time||End Time||Comments|
|Full||ACAM 350 001||Lecture-Laboratory||2||Wed||16:00||19:00|
Introduction to techniques and practices of digital media production within the context of ethical community engagement. This course will introduce students to the theory and history of Asian Canadian media, research practices for short media projects, and topics such as race and representation, alternative media, and the ethics of community-based research. Discussions will be supplemented by viewings of selected works in Asian Canadian media, short readings, and visits by guest speakers. Previous filmmaking, video, or audio experience is not required, but a background in Asian Canadian Studies is highly recommended. Lab and lecture locations will alternate each week. Lectures take place in Buchanan B308, with labs TBA. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
|ACAM 350 WL1||Waiting List||2||Wed||16:00||19:00|
This is a WAITLIST section for ACAM 350 001. Once you have registered in the waitlist, there is no need to contact the program. Your registration will be switched to ACAM 350 001 when space becomes available. Preference may be given to students who are ACAM minors. Contact the ACAM program at email@example.com with questions or inquiries.