Online Media JMC 305 and 460 help students successfully enter and navigate the world of multimedia development, techniques, tools, trends and techniques. It all starts with a clear vision.
Who is your audience? What do you have to say? What is your brand? When are you going to post? Where are you going to post? Why are you using this medium? How are you going to manage your presence? Answers to these questions define your strategy and approach.
I’ve posted materials helpful to courses and programs I teach or lead at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Also included are links to sites created by students in current classes. As always they are works in progress.
Here are some quality examples.
DSLR Filmmaking Recorded Experience Jazz in AZ
Ripple Effect Painting Phoenix
Phantom Phoenix Muslim America Pitchfork Press (SJI2012)
Sparky Spill(SJI2013) Devil’s Dish (SJI 2014) The Pitchfork Post (SJI2015)
Digital Ink (SJI2016) Digital Devils (SJI 2017)
ASU Crime Pool Safety
Downtown Dishes Kuhbander Newberry
Ayral Barajas Carbajal
Czaja Elder Esqueda Hebert Holler
Malkin Nish Sutherland
SELECT GROUP SITES
Concealed on Campus Roosevelt Roasters
ASU Club Sports Forsaken Faces Phoenix Art
Steeped in Tea EcoPark Resort Phoenician Fall
Mobile Munchies Travel Arizona AZ Cannabis
Greek Devils Living with the Devil
Healthy Eating Phoenix Festivals Food On Wheels
AZ Adventures Amerinds of the Valley AZ Festivals
Follow Me to Phoenix Complete Athlete
INDIVIDUAL SITES FALL 2017
Bertran A. Carter
Johnson Krejci Lundberg Mckenney Mestas
Oakes Olivera Ordonez OSullivan
Pongratz Spencer Wells Zofcik
GROUP SITES FALL 2017
Phoenix Urban Art ASU Survival Guide