Introduction to Computer Graphics

In this course, students will learn to use Canva and Inkscape to enable them to develop an understanding of computer graphics and to see to fruition a variety of projects. Well before the December break, students will be able to design their own holiday cards, and by the end of the year, they will be able to produce sophisticated graphics and charts for both academic and personal projects.

One of the principal objectives of this course is to provide students with the tools to make their presentations outstanding. This course is particularly good for children who are dyslexic or who have other visual processing issues that impair their ability to read.

Live Classes: Fridays, 12:00 p.m. Eastern Time. Please note that classes will begin on September 9th, but additional live sessions can be added periodically during the week at the students’ request.

Student Expectations: Students will be expected to complete a series of projects that they will share with the class.

Student Support: The instructor is available by email.

Feedback/Assessment: The instructor will provide ongoing feedback as the students work on and complete their projects.

Materials: In order to participate fully, it is recommended that students have a computer to use for their projects and a separate tablet for the live online classes so that they can see the live lessons while they are working.

Prerequisites: Students do not need to have any coding experience but should be computer literate.


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