Digital Media: Concepts and Applications

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Cengage Learning, Oct 30, 2012 - Business & Economics - 608 pages
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DIGITAL MEDIA, CONCEPTS AND APPLICATIONS, 3E prepares students for the multimedia-rich workplace by teaching them multimedia concepts as well as business-standard software applications to complete projects and solve problems. The non-software-specific text approach gives students a strong foundation in the concepts and practices of digital multimedia and allows the text to focus on the more creative end of business technology. If needed, software-specific directions to assist in learning can be found on the website.
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Contents

Media and the Digital Age
Unit 1 Projects
Digital Imaging and Design
Unit 2 Projects
Print Publishing
Unit 3 Projects
Audio and Video Production
Unit 4 Projects
Unit 5 Projects
Presentation Strategies
Unit 6 Projects
Digital Media and the Changing Business Environment
Unit 7 Projects
Appendices
Glossary
Index

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Susan Lake conducts professional development workshops for educators who want to increase their use of multimedia technology in the classroom. She has taught a range of students from junior high through adults, with 23 years of experience at the high school level in Lubbock, Texas. Susan has shared her experiences at local, state, and national educational conferences. She is the author of several South-Western titles.

Karen Bean May is an instructor in the Information Management Department at Blinn College, Brenham, Texas. She has taught Business Education at the high school and community college levels for 27 years. Ms. Bean May earned her Bachelor of Business Education degree from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in Belton, Texas. She has presented at numerous conferences and has written four curriculum frameworks for Texas high schools. She is a current advisor for Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) and a past Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) advisor. Ms. Bean May is also a co-author of Adventure Fitness: A Keyboarding Simulation.

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