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INST5245 - Interactive Multimedia Production, Summer, 2008

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Interactive Multimedia Production

Professor Andrew Walker, Ph.D.

Instructional Technology
Utah State University

Course Structure: Two 75-minute classes per week

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Course Description

This course uses Flash CS3 (Flash 9)/Actionscript 3.0.  You may also be interested in INST 5270 , which uses Flash 8/Actionscript 2.0.

This course familiarizes students with Macromedia Flash. Topics to be covered include fundamental programming concepts (variables, variable types, code re-use, commenting code, and basic control structures) in addition to the fundamentals of the flash environment (animation or “tweening”, vector graphics, use of sound and video). Students finishing this course will have at least one completed fully functional Flash project for their portfolios demonstrating a strong knowledge of the tool and a good foundation in the ActionScript language as the tool and the language apply to instructional design.

Technical Requirements

Option A: Flash 8 [Computer software]. (2006). Adobe. ($249 student/teacher version)
Option B: Studio 8 [Computer software]. (2006) Adobe. ($299 student/teacher version) Has Flash, Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Freehand (Mac and PC) and ColdFusion (PC only)
Option C: Download a free 30-day trial from
Note that you will need to have access to the Flash 8 software in order to complete the work for this class.

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This course was created by faculty in the Department of Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences at Utah State University . Contact us to find out more about our degree programs.

Copyright 2008, by the Contributing Authors. Cite/attribute Resource . Walker, A., factadmin. (2008, June 11). Interactive Multimedia Production. Retrieved January 07, 2011, from Free Online Course Materials — USU OpenCourseWare Web site: This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License Creative Commons License