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View of Georgetown campus from the Virginia side of the Potomac

View of Georgetown campus from the Virginia side of the Potomac

Digital Media Projects

Why Digital Media Projects?

In our constantly evolving technological landscape, it is important to deliver learning experiences that are relevant and meaningful to digitally-savvy students. Forgoing traditional pen-and-paper assignments in favor of digital projects provides students with the opportunity to individualize their learning, work in non-traditional formats, become responsible digital citizens, and develop digital literacies that include

  • Computer Literacy: The ability to understand and use computers and computer systems
  • Information Literacy: The ability to access, understand, evaluate, and use digitally-acquired information
  • Multimedia Literacy: The ability to create new works using digital resources (texts, images, audio, video)
  • Visual Literacy: The ability to understand visual representations and communicate effectively through images and designs
  • Interactive Literacy: The ability to communicate through various forms (voice, video, text) in online environments  


Overview of Process

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