:: Introduciton to Digital Arts
|Dates:||01/07/2013 - 05/10/2013|
|Course Requirements:||Recommended Preparation:
Basic computer competency skills.
ENG 21 and ENG 22 or equivalent (qualification for ENG 100) or instructor approval.
ART 115 and basic computer competency skills.
|Course Description:||ART 112 is an introduction to digital technology
and its applications in the production of visual art.Emphasis will also be placed on developing an
aesthetic criteria for evaluation.
These ART 112 class sections (CRN 33472,33473) are conducted on the Internet.
|Technical Requirements:||Before enrolling, if you are not planning to work in the NMA Labs, please check the minimum system requirements necessary for a computer to be able run this software at: http://adobe.ly/xGIzXE, as you are expected to work in the current version of the software that we teach.
Please check your MyUH portal email and the course website twice a week for announcements about this course and for UH system announcements.
Students are required to have access to high speed internet, own their own computer OR make time to use the NMA lab for completing assignments using the CS6 version of Adobe CS Photoshop, Illustrator, and Flash, or own a computer capable of installing the 30-day trial versions of these software programs (as instructed at appropriate times during the semester.) As a student, you are also able to purchase the required software at highly discounted educational rates through the UH bookstore.
|Additional Notes:||Please check your MyUH portal account regularly for announcements about class cancellations, UH system announcements, and/or email. New Media Arts computer labs, containing all of the necessary software for this course, will be available during open lab hours.
Before enrolling, if you are not planning to work in the NMA Labs, please check the minimum system requirements necessary for a computer to be able run this software at: http://adobe.ly/xGIzXE, as you are expected to work in the current version of the software that we teach.
For additional information and project definition, please contact the instructor via email (email@example.com).
|Updated:||Thursday, October 25, 2012 12:12:02|