VIS 2200 Video Applications II
This course focuses on academic research and data driven video content. Students will learn about target audience and consider the best way for a brand to advertise to that audience. Students will also learn about academic research and create a data driven video or documentary.
Prerequisites: VIS 2180 and VIS 2190
- Student will understand academic research and citing. Student will apply learning by writing a research paper on a current social issue using correct academic citing.
- Student will research a product or service to pursued target audience of brand-centric message. Student will apply research data and graphics in creation of video. Student will consider target audience and select best video platform to reach intended audience.
- Student will understand how to combine B-roll, stock footage, and interview footage in order to tell a successful story. Student will apply voice-over, camera movement, and multi-camera editing to add to the impact of the story. Student will apply research and previous learning by creating a data driven video or mini documentary.
Credit Hours: 4
- Classroom: 4 hours
- Division: Liberal Arts, Communication and Social Sciences
- Department: Design
- Repeatable Credit: Yes
- Offered Online: No