FILM240X MEDIA+POPCULTURE Fall 2011
Flexible enrollment options.
You can enroll for this course opting for either a traditional on-‐campus meeting or an online format. FILM240X lectures happen once weekly, face-‐to-‐face in Duncan McArthur auditorium on Queen’s West campus in Kingston Ontario, Thursday evenings at 6:30pm. Similarly, weekly webinars for eStudents allow you to attend a live lecture from the comfort of your own laptop (Friday 2:30pm with content repeated Saturday mornings at 10am).
full -‐time Queen’s students face-‐to-‐face lecture Thurdays 6:30pm 700 seats
online Queen’s students Friday webinar 2:30pm 300 eSeats
The prof is available for consultations several days a week via face-‐to-‐face and online office hours. Find out more at http:// FILM240X.com
part-‐time students Saturday webinar 10:00am 100 eSeats Image: tanakawho
Required Textbook: Media & Culture by Richard Campbell. 2011. Exam questions are drawn from 8th edition. This textbook is available as an eBook. Also *suggested* for all sections: subscription to the MassCommClass website which is a resource produced by the textbook publisher and is automatically bundled with new textbook/eBook purchases from Queen’s Bookstore. If you buy a used textbook you can buy a standalone access code. For Section 001 students: an iClicker device for in-‐class polling is required. Sold separately or bundled with textbook/eBook at Queen’s Bookstore.
About the Prof Sidneyeve Matrix (PhD Minnesota) is Assistant Professor and Queen’s National Scholar of Media and Film. She is a regular digital trends analyst appearing weekly in national media outlets, regional newspapers and radio broadcasts. She is Associate Editor (social media) for The Journal of Professional Communication and sits on the advisory board for Marketing Magazine. Sidneyeve teaches courses on television studies, digital media theory and film, as well as classes on social media marketing and communications for the Queen’s School of Business Executive Development Centre and Rutgers University Center for Management Development. She is a 2011 Educator in Residence at The Centre for Teaching and Learning at Queen’s, and the recipient of the 2011 OUSA Award for Excellence in Teaching at Queen’s University. Online at http://sidneyevematrix.com
Other 2011-2012 courses:
FILM315: Digital Media Theory FILM436: eBranding FILM110: Intro to Film & Media
Published on Jul 5, 2011