The graduate certificate program in Digital Media and Culture explores the shifting nature of scholarly expression, pedagogical practice and research in the 21st century, combining seminars with hands-on, lab-based workshops in order to facilitate sophisticated critical thinking and practice in and through multimedia.
The program provides participants with a sophisticated conceptual framework for considering the emerging landscape of scholarship in the digital age, as well as a broad overview of contemporary scholarly multimedia as it intersects with media art, information design, interactive media and communication studies.
The certificate is open to graduate students interested in emerging modes of creative, networked and media-rich scholarship, with no previous media production experience assumed. Students earn the certificate in Digital Media and Culture by completing a minimum of 12 units of required coursework.
Assistant Professor of Rhetoric, Politics and Culture
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Video remix meditation on the convergences of breath in song, protest, commodity and life.
Hacking the Classroom: Remixing Spaces and Texts
Viola Lasmana explores multimodal composition as a transformative scholarly practice, and offer examples from various projects that incorporate and also go beyond traditional scholarship.