Students undertake a practice-based exploration of emerging models of media creation, distribution and consumption and consider the impact of these models on existing communication and creative industries from an industry-specific perspective. Students research audiences and markets to develop a complex digital artefact of relevance to their professional practice and engage with the major controversies, issues, and ethics around social media in society. This subject encourages experimentation with digital media and introduces students to key concepts in project and product development.
School of Communication and Creative Industries
This subject is available only to students studying courses at AQF levels 8-9.
It is assumed students attempting this subject have completed an undergraduate degree or have equivalent professional experience.
CCI502 Replaced by CCI506 from 202130
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