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MMK520 Storytelling and Digital Media

Unit

PUBR5001

Credit
25
Location
Open Universities Australia

Outline

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This unit exposes students to storytelling principles, emphasising the hands-on co-creative methods in value creation for audiences. The ability to use storytelling as a key element to engage different audiences is a key focus. It considers the recent evolution and theoretical underpinnings of digital media with a particular focus on digital platforms for different stakeholder groups. It also covers the ethical considerations in digital communication, especially in regards to reputation in a digital world. The unit engages students in the use of a range of digital media tools for organisational storytelling, and asks them to demonstrate their understanding of concepts through the application of written, visual and audio communication. It develops creative communication and critical thinking skills in the practice of digital storytelling.

Learning pathway

What you'll learn

  • apply the concepts of, and tools for, storytelling and digital media in the context of Marketing and Public Relations practice
  • adapt organisational stories strategically across different digital media platforms
  • analyse current and emerging media environments in local to global contexts from ethical and reputational perspectives

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