- Foundations of Modern Cryptography by Klaus Dohmen (DE),
- Image Processing and Computer Graphics by Gabór Klucsik (HU),
- The Exhibition Process by Rocío Aguilar-Nuevo (SP) and
- Interactive Movies by Robert J. Wierzbicki (DE).
The Master in Documentary Filmmaking is a highly practical, applied program in the production of documentary film for cinema, television or other media platforms. From the beginning of the master program, students will start working on the portfolio for the production of a feature documentary film that will represent their final dissertation work, while also taking other theoretical, and practical courses, with the possibility of choosing from a number of elective courses offered.
The Faculty of Theater and Television of Babes-Bolyai University is announcing a new Master program in Documentary Filmmaking
General objectives of the Master program in Documentary Filmmaking are:
- Developing an understanding of the most important trends and developments of the documentary film genre within the context of the new platforms of distribution and new specific audiences in the information age
- Practical learning, through analysis and practice at the highest standards, of specific documentary film genres: scientific documentary, social and anthropological films, docu-drama, adventure documentary.
- Acquiring skills and abilities necessary in the production of film for cinematography, television and new media.
- Developing the ability to use the specific media and cinematography specialised language while creatively applying theoretical and practical knowledge in a professional setting.
- Developing theoretical and practical knowledge about Romanian and international non-fiction contemporary film
- Developing theoretical knowledge and practical experience in order to cultivate high professional and ethical standards, as well as professional courage and civic responsibility, as a non-fiction cinematographer.
Robert J. Wierzbicki is Member of the Panel of Adjudicators for the e-Learning Excellence Awards 2015
E-learning is increasingly becoming a ubiquitous part of every stage of education from kindergarten through to postgraduate study. In the past few years we have seen the growth of personal mobile technologies which allow students to take their learning with them wherever they go so that learning has become a 24/7 opportunity. Our students are no longer finding that their learning is located in the physical spaces provided by their institution, but they can collaborate and share their learning experiences online wherever they are and whenever they want.
Prof. Wierzbicki is member of the Panel of Adjudicators for the e-Learning Excellence Awards 2015, set up within the frame of the 14th European Conference on e-Learning ECEL-2015, held at the University of Hertfordshire Hatfield, UK, 29-30 October 2015.
The authors of the top rated initiatives will be invited to attend the conference at the University of Hatfield on 29-30 October 2015 to present their case histories to the judges and conference participants. Finalists will also have their case histories published in a book and a prize will be awarded to the initiative judged to show the most creative thinking.