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Course Title: Foundations of Digital Editing Credit Hours: 1



Attendance Policy: To maintain good grades, regular attendance in class is necessary. Absence from class is considered a serious matter and absence never excuses a student from class work. It is the responsibility of all instructors to distribute reasonable attendance policies in writing during the first week of class. Students are required to comply with the attendance policy set by each of their instructors. Students are not penalized if they are unable to attend classes or participate in exams on particular days because of religious beliefs, in accordance with Chapter 161, Section 224-a of the Education Law of the State of New York. Students who plan to be absent from classroom activity for religious reasons should discuss the absence in advance with their instructors. See college catalog for more information. Services for Students with Disabilities: It is the College's policy to provide, on an individual basis, reasonable accommodation to students with disabilities, which may affect their ability to fully participate in program or course activities or to meet course requirements. Students with disabilities should contact the Coordinator of Access and Equity Services, to discuss their particular need for accommodations. All course materials are available in alternate formats upon request. Course Description Designed for new media and communications majors, this is a basic, practical, hands-on introduction to the concepts of digital media editing. Students learn the theoretical knowledge of basic production, along with the tactile and artistic skills needed to design and produce simple edited material. Fundamental manipulation of moving and still graphics, as well as digital sound files are covered. Students use digital programs such as Adobe Premiere, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Audition. Prerequisite: Prior completion or concurrent enrollment in MATH 090 and RDNG 099 if required by placement testing. 1 Cr. (2 Lec., 2 Lab. for 5 weeks). Fall and spring semesters. Course Context/Audienc

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