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Northeastern University is a private research university in Boston and a leader in integrating classroom learning with real-world experience.

Mary Hopper taught for the undergraduate Interactive Media and graduate Digital Media programs (2006-2012).
Below are the descriptions of the specific courses she taught.
IM 1110: Interactive Media and Society (2012-2013)
Interactive Media Program, College of Arts, Media & Design
Designed and taught a course in an undergraduate program in Interactive Media. Introduced basic terminology and history of digital communication, media and information technology. Used lectures, discussion and group projects to help students explore the evolution and future of a range of media from personal, social, cultural, legal and political perspectives. Led students through a series of assignments designed to help them to become independent learners culminating in an assignment in which they design their own creative learning experiences.

IM1110 Syllabus (.doc) | IM1110 Course Page on Cosma

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