Educational Media and Computers (EMC)

EMC 405 Presentation Technology for Multimedia. (3) F
An exploration of multimedia hardware and software used in creating presentations for educational, corporate, and commercial applications.

EMC 406 Computer Graphics and Animation. (3) S
The study and application of design and animation techniques for use in video or computer-based presentations.

EMC 455 Animation and Special Effects. (3) F
An examination of the art, science, and impact of animation and other special effects used in film.

EMC 503 Current Issues and Problems in Media/Computer Education. (3) F, S
Introduction to current theory and practice in instructional media and computers. Overview of production areas.

EMC 505 Presentation Techniques for Multimedia. (3) F
An exploration of multimedia hardware and software used in creating presentations for educational, corporate, and commercial applications. Lecture, lab.

EMC 506 Computer Graphics and Animation. (3) S
The study and application of design and animation techniques for use in video or computer-based presentations. Lecture, lab.

EMC 507 Computers in Educational Administration. (3) F, S
Survey of computer use and applications in educational administration. Lecture, lab. Cross-listed as EDA 507.

EMC 511 Computer Applications in Education. (3) F, SS
Use and evaluation of computers for word processing, information management, graphics, and authoring instruction in educational settings.

EMC 513 Introduction to Multimedia. (3) F
Introduction to multimedia, emphasizing applications for business, industry, and public and higher education.

EMC 521 Instructional Media Design. (3) F, S
Preparing specifications for instructional television, film, slide/tape programs, and computer-based instruction. CD-ROM. Prerequisite: EMC 511 or instructor approval.

EMC 522 Evaluating Computer Materials. (3) S, SS
Selection, utilization, design, and evaluation of instructional computer material. Focus on learning theory, criteria for evaluating educational software. Prerequisite: EMC 521 or instructor approval.

EMC 523 Telecommunication for Instruction. (3) F
Introduction to Internet resources for educators. Instructional applications of distance-learning technologies.

EMC 524 Imaging Technology. (3) F
Use of optical scanning and digital data manipulation of photographs for use in educational presentations and publications.

EMC 525 Presentation Graphics. (3) S
Design, production, and display of computer graphics for group presentations. Prerequisite: EMC 521 or instructor approval.

EMC 527 Instructional Television. (3) F
Design and production of instructional programs for television. Lecture, lab. Prerequisite: EMC 521 or instructor approval.

EMC 528 Photomedia Production. (3) S
Design and production of multimedia programs. Emphasis on slide/tape format. Prerequisites: EMC 521 and 524 and 525 or instructor approval.

EMC 530 Development of Computer-Based Instruction. (3) S
The systematic design, development, and formative evaluation of computer-based instruction. Prerequisite: EMC 511 or instructor approval.

EMC 531 Hypermedia. (3) F
The application of HyperCard and other support software in the design and production of instructional computer-based material for business, industry, and public and higher education. Lecture, lab.

EMC 532 Desktop Publishing. (3) F, SS
Design and production of educational materials using computer-based word processing, graphics, and page layout programs. Lecture, lab.

EMC 535 Interactive Video. (3) S
The use of various authoring systems and support programs to assist in the design and production of regular and repurposed interactive video. Lecture, lab.

EMC 584 Educational Media Internship. (1–6) F, S, SS
Prerequisites: EMC 521; LNT 502; instructor approval.

EMC 637 Computers in Elementary School Curriculum. (3) SS
Experiences with educational uses of computers; computer awareness, family/societal impact, classroom applications/software, and curriculum development.

EMC 701 Advanced Technologies in Education. (3) S
Examining the role and impact of artificial intelligence, expert systems, and related advanced technologies in education.

EMC 702 Research in Technology-Based Education. (3) F
Critical exposure to theories, research, and methods in technology-based education.

EMC 703 Research in Educational Telecommunications. (3) S
Seminar with emphasis on research in telecommunications and distance education. Prerequisite: EMC 523 or instructor approval.

Omnibus Graduate Courses: See omnibus graduate courses that may be offered.

1996–98 Graduate Catalog Table of Contents

Page Last Updated:
webmaster@asu.edu
ASU Disclaimer

Visits to this page: page counter