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DI Media Managers


Now Recruiting Digital Media Managers

Job Description

The course, Digital Media Management, is problem-focused, project-based, and student-driven. Managers will receive training in digital resources, searching, evaluating, web tools, copyright, intellectual property, and plagiarism to support students and classes with use of the LMC studios and creation of digital media.  They will also develop tutorials and other supports to aid teachers and students in using new and existing resources.  Enrollment in this course requires skills in collaboration, leadership, and self-motivation.

Course Goals and Expectations

  • Communicates effectively as appropriate for the needs of the audience.
  • Works collaboratively with others to meet objectives.
  • Uses logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions, or approaches to problems.
  • Builds strong customer relationships and delivers solutions that meet customer expectations.


1-2 Students Per Hour   Semester - 0.5 Elective   Teacher Reference Required