Digital media dominates how we receive and share information, and is continually evolving as new technologies and tools emerge. Mobile video, streaming, social media, blogs, vlogs, virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and data analytics are part of our daily lives, with Google analytics showing that YouTube alone reaches more 18- to 49-year-olds than any broadcast or cable channel.*
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*QS World Rankings by subject 2019
One of my proudest moments was when I completed a course called Digital Story Telling. This was a subject I knew nothing about and had no previous experience in, so I was terrified. However, I learnt to produce, film and edit a short movie. It brought me so far out of my comfort zone but really showed me I can do so much. I had great support and it gave me new confidence and skills in new software I would otherwise never have tried.