MM160 Market Yourself as MM Profess
Explores the employment and independent market for multimedia professionals, including job qualifications for various positions in small to large organizations, as well as the general business environment for multimedia production. Provides an overview and opportunity to apply methods and practices used in finding and obtaining employment in the multimedia industry. Prerequisites: (WR 115 and RD 115) or IRW 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement. Prerequisite/concurrent: MM 130 or instructor permission. Audit available. (For detailed information, see the Course Content and Outcome Guide.)
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from 3 to 4:50pm
From April 1 through June 10, 2021
|Textbooks for CRN 22937||Instructor: Mary Anne A Funk|
Tuition: credit Fees: $0
Course details: CRN 22937
Software/ Hardware / Equipment / Technical skill expectations
We are not a tech heavy class. I’ve thought a lot about all of our situations right now and the lack of resources we have available to us in equipment.
Here is the minimum of what you need to be successful in this class:
- Google Docs
- Firefox, Chrome, or Safari browser
- Zoom app. Use your .pcc email for logging into zoom.
- Access to a desktop computer or laptop to work on assignments with a built in or external mic, built in or external web camera headphones for using zoom.
NOTE: For zoom, you can also use your cellphone with the camera turned on. Please use headphones with your phone as well. You will still need to use a device that can be used for working on activities in google drive and in D2
- Our core focus throughout the quarter will be on looking deep within yourself to do a self inventory in order to create a personal mission and to discover the types of work you are most interested in pursuing.
- Remote sessions are opportunities for us to interact with each other, explore and discuss stories together, explore opportunities, meet guest speakers, and participate in group story circles and virtual field trips.
- In-class discussions, in-class activities and D2L workshop activities will help you get to the heart of what you are most passionate about when it comes to the types of stories you want to tell, the types of projects you want to be a part of and the types of organizations/companies that you want to work for. They will also help you apply that knowledge toward developing a plan that will help you prepare for the work you want to do.
- In addition, throughout the quarter, we will have guest speakers who work in various aspects of multimedia and who specialize in career advice.
My goal for you in this class is to help you create the foundation for you to build upon as you move along in the program and work toward your career goals.
I am so happy you are in this class. I am looking forward to being on this journey with you and getting to know you throughout the quarter.
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