ENG 218: Technical Writing IV
In this hands-on course, students plan, design, write, edit and publish screencasts (video screen captures) of software simulations and demonstrations that might be used in technical training or eLearning. Students use screencasting software (such as Adobe Captivate or MadCap Mimic) to complete their projects, which include scripted narration. Planning documents and final screencasts are posted online.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; ENG 208 minimum grade "C"
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