|Common to all relevant programs|
|Subject Area & Catalogue Number||Course Name|
INFT 1014||Introduction to Digital Media|
To further develop students' knowledge and skills in a range of interactive and design structures to ensure that websites and other created artefacts are visually well designed and compliant with web standards, and still reflect best practice.
Interactive Website Design will build upon a student’s knowledge of website construction by introducing a range of interactive features that enhance the user experience. Students will develop knowledge of industry-standard software in both the design and development phase of these interactive websites. The resulting websites will demonstrate a knowledge of and conformance to web standards that drive industry.
|Lecture (online)||1 hour x 13 weeks|
|Computer Practical||2 hours x 13 weeks|
Note: These components may or may not be scheduled in every study period. Please refer to the timetable for further details.
|Journal||900 words equivalent||20%||N/A|
|Practical||1800 words equivalent||40%||N/A|
|Practical examination||1800 words equivalent||40%||N/A|
Commonwealth Supported program (Band 2)
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* Equivalent Full Time Study Load. Please note all EFTSL values are published and calculated at ten decimal places. Values are displayed to three decimal places for ease of interpretation