Outcomes

The course is designed to facilitate the achievement of three outcomes.

 

Outcome 1: Design process

Students apply a design process when creating or modifying information solutions using digital technologies in response to a client brief.

In achieving this outcome, students:

  • research ideas considering alternatives
  • analyse, design, produce, communicate and evaluate proposals in an efficient and appropriate manner.
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Outcome 2: Understanding digital communication technologies

Students understand the nature and use of computer hardware and software to achieve digital solutions.

In achieving this outcome, students:

  • understand the digital concepts, formats and terminology required to select and use appropriate software and hardware to achieve client-driven digital solutions;
  • understand procedures, techniques and management skills relevant to the client’s needs
  • produce a quality solution that adheres to the accepted standards and conventions associated with the content relevant to the client brief.
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Outcome 3: Impacts of technology

Students understand how legal, ethical and social considerations are interconnected in the development of digital solutions.

In achieving this outcome, students:

  • understand the legal, ethical and social consequences that digital developments have in effectively securing data
  • understand the legal, ethical and social implications of data distribution.

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