This course explores transmedia storytelling theory and its practical application in a campaign context. Transmedia storytelling involves three main components. Firstly, an overarching story is told using a range of social media and traditional communication channels. Next, each channel adds something unique to the overall story. Finally, the audience contributes to the overarching story primarily through social media. This course will thoroughly explore each component of transmedia storytelling in terms of its theoretical basis and practical application and how to bring the components together to develop a transmedia storytelling campaign.
- Semester of offer Subject to change
- Sunshine Coast: Semester 2
- Online: Semester 2
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- Band 4E
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- 1.4E: AV Studies, Journalism, Written Comm, Comm and Media nec
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