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IMM Syllabus
Approved final September 2006

Course Model

Each course will consist of 40-50 hours/work/student for meeting the 6 ECTS requirements. This will comprise all the student work.

Each course will be a balanced combination between the one possible face-to-face session, live sessions and independent study. Each course will have assessments and will end with a final exam (this can be in any form the course leader wants). Exams can be online or face-to-face done in the local centre.

Description

The face-to-face session should be at the beginning of the semester in order to facilitate a better connection between students and tutor.
During live sessions , the tutor will facilitate discussions revolving around the issues presented in the course outline. This discussion should be assessed and should part of the final mark. During independent study , students are asked to complete specific assignments, review assigned readings, and/or do project work.

Course structure

Each course is based on the material loaded by the course leader on the online platform. It may contain graphics, video and audio files, links to animations, references. It is recommended that each course should have several external references (preferably references found on web) which will be included in the content with direct indication of link or page.
The course should (if possible) have one face to face tutorial and ongoing support through discussion forums, email and instant messaging.

Each course will establish its own prerequisites.

Assessments

Types of assessments planned:

  • self-assessments
  • homework
  • analysis
  • presentations
  • project producing a multimedia presentation

Project work should be the most important assessment tool.
Assessments will include preferably - online self assessment questions and exercises and short tutor marked assessments at the end of each section. Participation in online discussion communication should be an assessed part of the course.

Core courses goals to get at the end

  • understanding of multimedia technologies: Internet, media-rich, mobile
  • understanding of Internet and World Wide Web in terms of purpose, functionality, native Web technologies
  • understanding and application of the multimedia applications development
  • use and development in: Website development, CD application development, Object oriented programming, graphics, project management.

Each course have its own syllabus:

code

Course title

C1

Fundamentals of Multimedia

C2

Graphics and animation for multimedia

C3

Interactivity and Usability

C4

Multimedia Applications Management

C5

Multimedia

C6

Object Oriented Programming (Java)

C7

Internship

C8

Graduation Thesis Preparation

C9

English for Multimedia

E1

Advanced Learning Technologies

E2

CD-ROM Publishing

E3

E-commerce

E4

E-entertainment

E5

E-learning

E6

E-services (Internet and WWW Services)

E7

Multimedia Presentation

E9

Mobile Communications Technologies

E10

Multimedia Business Models

E11

Multimedia Programming

E12

Multimedia Applications Security

E13

Multimedia Compression Technologies

E14

Multimedia Databases

E16

Public relations and Marketing

E18

Web Publishing

E19

Web Servers LAMP (Linux-Apache-MySql-Php)

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