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IMM2123 Interactive Multimedia Authoring 1
Credit Points: 15
IMM1120 Introduction to Digital Technologies and Multimedia
IMM1120 Introduction to Digital Technologies and Multimedia
IMM1121 Digital Photomedia
This unit introduces students to the concepts and principles of IMM development through authoring systems. It includes an overview of state-of-the-art authoring environments and an examination of the different IMM production models upon which currently used authoring systems are based. Students are exposed to the principles and practices involved in developing IMM products using an Multimedia Development Environment and are required to author a significant prototype of an IMM product using this authoring system.

This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
G24Bachelor of Arts (Education)/Bachelor of Communications
B40Bachelor of Science (Communication and Information Technology)
B52Bachelor of Science(Communication&Information Technology)/Bachelor of Science(Library Technology)
SMCOMCommunication and Information Technology 10 Unit Supporting Major
SMCCITCommunication and Information Technology 8 Unit Supporting Major
STCITCommunication and Information Technology Major
MACITCommunication and Information Technology Major
MICITInformation Technology Minor
MAINTInteractive Multimedia Technologies Major
SMCINTInteractive Multimedia Technologies 8 Unit Supporting Major
MIINTInteractive Multimedia Technologies Minor
MAINMEInteractive Multimedia Technologies Major
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 18/11/2004