PHOT O 51 - Erika Gentry

Learning Outcomes

Students will be able to select appropriate camera settings to achieve proper exposure.

Assessment Methods

Assessment Criteria

Per cent of students demonstrating proficiency

Timeline

PHOT 50A - Erika Gentry

Learning Outcomes

Students will demonstrate ability to explain and describe a basic knowledge of
photographic movements and achievements.

Assessment Methods

Assessment Criteria

% of students demonstrating proficiency

Timeline

PHOT 52 - Marshall Berman

Learning Outcomes

Identify the difference between the work of various image makers

Assessment Methods

Assessment Criteria

% of students demonstrating proficiency

Timeline

PHOT 57 - Andrea Massalski

Learning Outcomes

Demonstrate ability to digitally correct a photograph.
Design and integrate a series of photographs for multimedia use.

Assessment Methods

Assessment Criteria

Rubric

Timeline

PHOT 60A - Steven Raskin

Learning Outcomes

Solve photographic problems in increasing levels of sophistication using computer software and hardware technology.
Utilize the tools and methodologies used for computer assisted photographic manipulation.
Employ digital imaging techniques to generate, manipulate and correct photographs.

Assessment Methods

Assessment Criteria

Rubric
Student survey

Timeline

PHOT 60B - Erika Gentry

Learning Outcomes

Complete seven in-class exercises that demonstrate the ability to successfully employ digital imaging techniques to generate, manipulate and correct photographs.

Assessment Methods

Assessment Criteria

Rubric

Timeline

PHOT 67 - Erika Gentry

Learning Outcomes

Capture and prepare digital files for output to digital negatives.

Assessment Methods

Assessment Criteria

Rubric

Timeline

PHOT 80 - Robert Nishihira

Learning Outcomes

Select proper tools to create desired lighting effects

Assessment Methods

Assessment Criteria

Survey rubric

Timeline

PHOT 83 - Moshe Quinn

Learning Outcomes

Apply camera movements to achieve control over perspective, plane of sharpness, point of view and framing.

Assessment Methods

Assessment Criteria

Using a rubric. Student survey.

Timeline

PHOT 93 - Tonya Hough

Learning Outcomes

o Produce editorial samples to incorporate within a larger portfolio
o Describe strategies for researching a market and producing a self -
promotion piece aimed at potential editorial clients

Assessment Methods

Assessment Criteria

Instructor evaluation and comparison of midterm paper and well as student survey.
Student survey at end of semester.

Timeline

PHOT 102A - Moshe Quinn

Learning Outcomes

Apply camera movements to achieve control over perspective, plane of sharpness, point of view and framing.

Assessment Methods

Assessment Criteria

% of students demonstrating proficiency.

Timeline

PHOT 881A - Steve Raskin

Learning Outcomes

Demonstrate ability to process black & white film and produce darkroom prints. Employ printing exposure and contrast controls.
Explain and apply the techniques ofconventional mounting and matting.
Apply elements and principles of design in addressing the aesthetics of
photography.

Assessment Methods

Assessment Criteria

Final project images were evaluated

Timeline

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