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Integrated Digital Media Capstone

This project-based capstone project draws upon the three courses in the IDM edX Micromasters by combining theory, social applications, and code. At the end you will have a portfolio-ready work.

Integrated Digital Media Capstone

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After a course session ends, it will be archived.
Starts May 2, 2022
Ends Jun 13, 2022
Starts Aug 22, 2022
Ends Oct 3, 2022
Estimated 6 weeks
8–10 hours per week
Instructor-led on a course schedule
Optional upgrade available

About this course

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The IDM edX Mircomasters capstone project draws on the skills you have mastered in Creative Coding, Media Law, and Theories of Media & Technology. You will draw upon your technical and conceptual skills, and create a 'remix' project that speaks to the broader themes and ideas in the other courses. In addition to producing a web-based work that draws on these learning experiences, you will create a document outlining your project from concept to completion, and include references and documentation to support the core argument you are making with your work.

At a glance

  • Institution: NYUx
  • Subject: Design
  • Level: Advanced
  • Prerequisites:

    DMEDX6033, DMEDX6043, DMEDX7033

What you'll learn

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  • Develop conceptual thinking skills to generate ideas and content in order to solve problems or create opportunities through inquiry and iteration
  • Refine your technical skills to realize your ideas
  • Develop critical thinking skills that will allow you to analyze and position your work within cultural, historic, aesthetic, economic, and technological contexts
  • Gain knowledge of professional practices and organizations by developing your verbal, visual, and written communication for documentation

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Who can take this course?

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