Research Seminar in Arts Management and Technology
Description: This research seminar allows students to focus time and energy on subject material addressing arts management and technology. The course provides interested students with the tools and techniques to engage in professional level research. Additionally, students learn approaches for creating and curating content for a professional web platform via written, visual, audio, or video formats. Students will engage in all aspects of research, writing and content creation for publishing on an online platform. The content created serves AMT Lab (www.amt-lab.org) readers: arts management professionals working in the field. To that end, research topic areas are framed by surveys to the field. Students work on their own topics of interest within an editorial scope created by the AMT Lab Executive Director in concert with the Chief Editor.
Learning Outcomes: 1. learn techniques for research at the graduate/pre-professional level 2. refine non-fiction writing skills – both style and mechanics 3. learn techniques for digital storytelling, from creating infographics to interactive data visualization 4. learn techniques and strategies in digital publishing 5. learn how to create and publish podcasts or google hangouts (an option for an interested student) 6. generate content for their professional portfolio
Prerequisites: 94-701 or 94-702