Course details for MED315117 Media Production

TitleMedia Production
Learning AreaThe Arts
Available from1/1/2017
Size 15 credit points
Demonstrates TCE literacy standardYES
Demonstrates TCE numeracy standardNO
Demonstrates TCE ICT standardYES
Replaces the courseMED315112
Past Exams and Assessment Reports
Media consumption and creation is essential to modern communication. Media, in its evolving forms, influences and shapes the way people view themselves and others and plays a crucial role in the creation of personal, social, cultural and global identity.

This production-based course is designed for learners who wish to develop technical media skills and an understanding of the contexts of journalism, advertising and narrative within media. Learners explore the media and media conventions through practical experiences and formal analysis of the media products of themselves and others. Creative and critical thinking skills are a significant component of the course.

Learners work within learning environments that simulate a professional setting in order to develop products in a specific medium. Through acquisition of technical and analytical skills learners will develop the ability to appreciate the operational functions and social implications of their medium of specialisation.

Supporting documents

MED315117 Media Production Major Production Proforma 2017
(Updated May 2, 2017)
MED315117 Media Production Minor Production Proforma 2017
(Updated May 2, 2017)
MED315117 course Course document - PDF version
(Updated Dec 21, 2016)
(Valid from Jan 1, 2017)
MED315117 course. Course document - Word version
(Updated Dec 21, 2016)
(Valid from Jan 1, 2017)

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