Effective Term: 201410
DAR 103Introduction to Digital Arts Initiator: David Wing Credit Hours: 3.00
Campus: West Lecture Periods: 3.00
Date: 10/18/2012 Lab Periods: 0.00
Theory, history, and practice of digital image manipulation. Includes digitally based technologies, analog to digital conversion, data compression, data security, synchronization of digital materials, standards and intellectual property, civil liberties in the digital age, and digital image sound distribution and exhibition.
Student Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Identify common practices in digital and electronic arts.
Describe the use of the digital image for artistic, social, and professional purposes.
List the appropriate data compression rate for various digital media.
Define the use of data security in digital media.
Determine the best synchronization method for digital sound and video.
Discuss the roles of standards and intellectual property right of digital materials.
Write critical analysis of First Amendment rights and the digital revolution.
Identify the various methods for displaying and distributing digital media.