Information Technology for Health Promotion and Communication
Description: Lecture, three hours; field practice, one hour. Requisites: course 210 or prior social sciences courses. Health literacy, Internet use and health communication, design of health communication materials using digital media that integrates practice and theory and includes websites, print materials, short videos, curricula, and training materials. Laboratory sessions for materials production. Competencies: creating health communication materials for diverse audiences using new media information technology applied to website, social media, print media, video, and audio platforms. Letter grading.
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