Multimedia creation allows for non-text-based expression of ideas. Creators can learn how to use various software programs for multimodal production; find audio, video and image materials; understand copyright and usage rights as well as digital publishing platforms; and craft an engaging digital narrative.
Those new to digital and multimodal forms of communication can learn how to make a compelling argument using non-traditional forms, like podcasts, videos and digital exhibits.
Experienced researchers can transform a journal article or book into a multimodal format, like a website, to reach new audiences.
Anyone can learn how to appropriately use multimedia resources found on the web, including Creative Commons licenses and public domain or royalty-free materials, and making a case for fair use.
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