Designing Media Environments - EL574

Location Term Level Credits (ECTS) Current Convenor 2019-20
Canterbury Autumn and Spring
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5 30 (15) DR R von Jungenfeld


Visual Culture (DIGM3380),
Moving Image (DIGM3420)
Creativity in Interactive and Tangible Media (DIGM5420)





This module introduces you to key aspects of media production building on the conceptual and critical skill you developed in the first year (photo/video editing, media analysis, programming). To achieve this, you will develop and produce artworks, learn to work with media ecologies and apply creative thinking.


Contact hours

40 Contact Hours
260 Independent study

Total student workload will be 300 hours

Method of assessment

Main assessment methods
25% coursework - audio work
25% coursework - video work
20% - group coursework (15%) + peer assessment (5%)
30% - group coursework (25%) + peer assessment (5%)

Indicative reading

See the library reading list for this module (Canterbury)

Learning outcomes

8.1. Have awareness of different contexts / environments where digital media are used.
8.2. Understand the relations between media and the environments where they are found.
8.3. Have developed technical skills in the production and conceptualisation of media artworks.
8.4. Document and reflect on processes applied in the development of media environments.

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