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Journalistikk

Web Publishing and Information Architecture

Students shall acquire knowledge, skills and motivation in order to plan, design and publish individual web pages and more comprehensive web sites, based on basic principles of readability, communication efficiency and retrievability.

Aims and contents

Students shall acquire knowledge, skills and motivation in order to plan, design and publish individual web pages and more comprehensive web sites, based on basic principles of readability, communication efficiency and retrievability.

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Contents

The course is divided into the following three minor topics:

  • Digital documents.
  • Web publishing.
  • Information architecture, users and web design.

Organisation and Working Methods

The tuition will consist of lectures with the possibility to practice theory, both as individual exercises and group work. There will also be work assignments. The students shall accomplish an individual project in which they shall plan and develop a web site about an approved theme for a target group of their own choice. The web site will be published on the student network of HiOA.

Assessment:  A project, i.e. a completed web site, with process documentation, is presented for assessment. This can be delivered in Norwegian or English. The assessment is graded according to a five-step scale from A to E for passed and F for not passed.

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Admission

Application deadline

1 October

Admission requirements

Open to students of Media and Communication or Journalism from our partner institutions.

Facts

Web Publishing and Information Architecture Spring 15 ECTS 1 semester Pilestredet, Oslo English Free of charge for students from our partner institutions

Contact us

Academic coordinator: Dagny Stuedahl

Administrative coordinator:  Bjørg Halvorsen 

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