For your final project, you have two possibilities: Option 1, Creative Final Project with Artist’s Statement, or Option 2, Research Final Project with Creative Elements. For either option, the topic is completely up to you and the form can vary as well. In both options, the project must be related to digital media and connected to at least two class readings. Click on the links above to look at the specific assignments.
Final Project Proposal due Thursday, March 26 at 11:59 pm
Write a brief blog post describing what you plan to do for your final project. Make sure to specify whether you will be doing a primarily creative or research-based project. Describe your plan for what you intend to do and a preliminary schedule for completion.
Early Draft of Final Project due Thursday, April 16 at 11:59 pm
Post an early draft of your final project to your website. At this point, the project does not need to be complete, but you need to show evidence that you have started working on it. This might entail description, screenshots, or links if you cannot show the project itself on your site.
Rough Draft of Final Project due Monday, April 27–BRING TO CLASS
Bring a nearly completed draft of your final project to class this last day of the course. We will do peer review and have some students show their projects.
Final Draft of Final Project due Thursday, April 30 at 11:59 pm
The final draft of your project should be posted to your website by this deadline. All portions of the project are due. Most projects will be able to be turned in by posting onto your website, but if there are any additional files or pieces that need to be turned in separately, you must contact me ahead of time to find a way to get it to me.