Digital Content Design

Course Description

Digital Content Design is a writing-intensive course that blends theory and practice to increase the effectiveness of text prepared for digital media. Students design, compose, and evaluate information to improve audiences' utility and satisfaction. Topics include the organization, logical development, structuring, and ethical presentation of information.

Course Documents

A sample syllabus

Course website

Sample assignments from 2016

Student portfolios from 2017

Sample teaching evaluation

Course Details

Lindsey Joyce taught this course for the School of Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication at the University of Texas at Dallas. The stats for this course are as follows:

Semester: Fall 2016

Sections taught: 3

Class level: Undergraduate

Credit hours: 3

Instruction mode: Face-to-face

Activity type: Lecture

Enrollment cap per section: 25

Enrollment in section 1: 23

Enrollment in section 2: 25

Enrollment in section 3: 24

Semester: Spring 2017

Sections taught: 3

Class level: Undergraduate

Credit hours: 3

Instruction mode: Face-to-face

Activity type: Lecture

Enrollment cap per section: 25

Enrollment in section 1: 26

Enrollment in section 2: 25

Enrollment in section 3: 25

Semester: Fall 2017

Sections taught: 4

Class level: Undergraduate

Credit hours: 3

Instruction mode: Face-to-face

Activity type: Lecture

Enrollment cap per section: 25

Enrollment in section 1: 22

Enrollment in section 2: 25

Enrollment in section 3: 24

Enrollment in section 4: 24

Semester: Spring 2018

Sections taught: 3

Class level: Undergraduate

Credit hours: 3

Instruction mode: Face-to-face

Activity type: Lecture

Enrollment cap per section: 25

Enrollment in section 1: 25

Enrollment in section 2: 25

Enrollment in section 3: 25


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