|Sent on:||Wednesday, January 1, 2014 5:12 PM|
I'm teaching an online course this quarter, Current Trends in Film, TV and the Internet, at Foothill College starting on Jan. 6. We'll explore recent
including changes in the Film Industry, the ongoing Golden Age of Cable TV, as well as critical notions of the Hyperreal and Spectacle.
We'll watch and analyze recent films, cable shows, web video and video art, along with readings and discussions.
The course is conducted through Etudes, an interactive instruction portal featuring video and text modules, discussion groups, personal messaging and live face-to-face webcasting. There's 24/7 access and no on-campus lectures or meetings, so you can work on your own schedule and at your own pace.
Online Registration is still available, with the course running from Jan. 6 to Mar. 28. Registration fees are $47 for the quarter ($11 of which is voluntary, another $10 can be waived if you live outside the district), plus $31 per class unit. What a deal! You can check the Course Wiki for more informationBest,