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Group DescriptionHands-on experience in all aspects of today’s fast-paced digital media forms the foundation as a JDM major.
Immersed in the latest media content creation technologies and techniques taught by Ashland’s award-winning media faculty, students learn a variety of writing, reporting and editing techniques, as well as gain hands-on experiences using the latest video camera technologies and nonlinear editing software to create compelling media across print, video, radio and web platforms.
Ashland’s new “converged” media major focuses on balancing critical thinking, strong writing and ethical practices, with state-of-the-art video production technologies and techniques to help students meet the challenges of an ever-converging media world.
Group RulesOnly those who have been designated as moderators for the website will be given moderator rights within
Flickr. A group moderator can:
1. Approve or remove photos from the group’s pool
2. Moderate group discussions
3. Remove or ban members
While it is not necessary to meet the technical requirements as stated in the photo policy, the Marketing Communications Department and Web Services caution users as to the subject matter and content within photos posted to their Flickr groups. If photos displaying derogatory subject matter are added to the Ashland University photostream, those photos will be removed and user permissions revoked. If discussions are left un-moderated and derogatory language is displayed, the user permissions will be revoked. To obtain a group on the Ashland University photostream, you must be an official department or organization directly affiliated with the campus. In addition to following provisions set forth by Ashland University, all users must comply with the Flickr Community Guidelines. It is also important to remember Ashland University’s policy on sharing passwords. If at any time it is discovered Flickr moderators are sharing their account password with other users, permissions will be revoked from all parties involved.
- Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art, Screenshots
- Accepted safety levels: Safe