lecture.

lec·ture 
/ˈlek(t)SHər/
noun.
1. a speech read or delivered before an audience or class, especially for instruction or to set forth some subject.

ryerson university – rta – new media – fall 2016
“digital media production 1” – lecture: tuesday 10-11am/weekly.
course description: 
Through a combination of lecture and hands on workshops, students will broaden their understanding of digital media, develop a critical understanding of the role of digital media in contemporary life, and become conscious consumers and creators of technology and digital media content. Students will be introduced to principles of visual design and communication, and will learn how to use digital media production software for graphic design, web-native production and time-based media. (rta syllabus 2016)

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