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Course Title:Digital Content Design and Usability
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Status:Section Status: OPEN    Available Seats: 17    Enrolled Total: 8   
ATEC 3320 - Digital Content Design and Usability (3 semester credit hours) This writing-intensive course blends theory and practice to increase the effectiveness of text prepared for digital media. Students will design, compose, and evaluate information to improve audiences' utility and satisfaction. Topics include the organization, logical development, structuring, and ethical presentation of information. This course is a required core course for ATEC majors if the students entered their ATEC program prior to fall 2014. This course fulfills the advanced writing requirement for ATEC majors beginning with the 2014-16 catalog. Prerequisite: RHET 1302. (3-0) S
Class Notes:• Prerequisite: At Least Junior Level Standing
Core CurriculumTexas Core Area 010 - Communication (English rhetoric/composition)
Carie Lambert      email:

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Location: UT Dallas - Main Campus

Tuesday & Thursday:  11:30am-12:45pm   ATC 2.605

Term: Fall 2014
Session Type: Regular Academic Session (1)
Starts: August 25, 2014
Ends: December 10, 2014

ATC Building - Floor 2 - Room 2.605
College:School of Arts and Humanities
Syllabus:A Syllabus for Digital Content Design and Usability (atec3320.002.14f) taught by Carie Lambert hasn't been posted.
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