Digital Media

Communication 11 – Academic

This course is designed to explore concepts that deal with how we communicate in the changing world of technology. Topics include the fundamentals of technology, a mandatory unit in photography and at least three from the following: technical drawing, graphic design, broadcasting, video production, animation and/or web design. All students will be required to learn how to use the DSLR camera and have an opportunity to use Adobe CS6 Suite Software including Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash, After Effects, Premiere and Audition. Google Sketchup Pro and a 3D printer may also be used depending on which optional units are selected.

Film and Video Production 12 – Academic

Film and Video Production 12 provides opportunities for students to create original short videos using DSLR cameras and Adobe Suite CS6. Students will gain practical experience in some of the major areas of the industry including script writing, storyboarding, shooting, digital editing and special effects. Students will be required to take on different roles as part of a team to create the essence of a great story through visual medium.

Mulitmedia 12 – Academic

The course challenges students to create, manipulate, and critically reflect upon multimedia projects as members of a collaborative culture. Multimedia 12 consists of four modules: Creating and Manipulating Images, Creating and Manipulating Motion Graphics, Sound Recording and Editing, and a Collaborative Project. Students will create media in the form of print-based advertisements, animations, videos, computer games, audio recordings, and websites. Multimedia 12 is an academic credit and meets either but not both of the requirements for a technology or fine arts credit. Multimedia 12 does not qualify as the compulsory fine arts credit.