About the Course
This class takes a critical approach to understanding the relationship between the centralized media landscape of the 20th century, to that of the democratized creator economy of the 21st century. Emphasis is on the global influence of digital technologies in communication and media, the unique properties of New Media and how it works, the history of New Media from theory to practice; success strategies of New Media pioneers, influencers, and thought leaders, the financial rewards and ethical responsibilities of New Media use, and the intellectual property challenges of New Media in open source communities. The Internet, search engines, websites, social media; picture, audio, and video sharing sites, etc.
Course Payment Options
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Spread the cost over 12 months, with no interest. Delivered by our ethical finance partner, Knoma.
Benefits of Pay Later with Knoma:
Spread the cost of your course
Choose a flexible repayment schedule up to 12 months
Pay no upfront fees, and no interest
Eligibility for Pay with Knoma:
Must be a UK resident
Must be 18+ years old
Must have a UK bank account
This course can be taken individually, or as part of a bachelor’s degree program in New Media. Accredited with the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).
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