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FILM240X MEDIA+POPCULTURE Fall 2011

Flexible enrollment options.

3 Sections

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).

001

full -­‐time  Queen’s  students face-­‐to-­‐face  lecture Thurdays  6:30pm 700  seats

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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

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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  

FILM240X Fall2011

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