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SPAMAST Faculty of Education OBE-Based Course Syllabus

Cours
e No.:

IT 12

Course
Title:

Course Prerequisite:

1. Understand the concept


of Technopreneurship.

Week

With
todays
advancement
of
business
possibilities there lies a limit. A limit as to how a
certain business either fail or prosper. One
proven technique for a business to gain more
stronghold of their industry is to incorporate
technology into their investment. Some even
use latest technologies to reach consumers far
beyond
their
location.
Thus
learning
technopreneurship is a must for all students in
order to align themselves in the future and use
the ever-growing technologies available to grab
opportunities
and
become
a
successful
entrepreneur with the aid of technology.
FOURTH YEAR STANDING
Links to
Program
Outcome
Codes:
Course Outcomes: At the end of the course, the student should be able to:

2. Building
Technopreneur attitude

Week 1 2

2.

Entrepreneurship Overview
1.1. Identify target audience and medium
1.2. Receive and interpret the brief
1.3. Generate and assess ideas
1.4. Select media/ materials
1.5. Apply visual design and communication
techniques
1.6. Evaluate design
CREATE VECTOR GRAPHICS USING A
GRAPHICS APPLICATION
2.1. Prepare the work environment
2.2. Produce objects using Adobe Illustrator
2.3. Alter objects using Adobe Illustrator
2.4. Add type as a graphic element
2.5. Set appearance attributes and styles
2.6. Set up layers
2.7. Finalize artwork

Course
Descriptio
n:

3.
Technopreneurship
transaction models

Module Title (Bundle of Topics)

1.

Week 3-5

Technopreneurship

4.
Integrating
Technopreneurship
and
Business Activities

Intended Learning Outcomes


(ILO)

Describes the skills and knowledge required to


interpret the creative brief, generate and assess ideas,
conduct research, apply and evaluate visual effects
designs techniques for any production in various
industries

Have the knowledge, skills and attitude required


to develop vector graphics based on a client
brief using graphic applications.
Have the knowledge and skills for creating
illustrations, logos, maps, graphs and other
objects required in the design brief.
This will be applied across a range of roles in a
variety of contexts with some complexity in the
extent and choice of options available.

SPAMAST OBE Course Syllabus 2015 (Information Technology Department)

5. Internet Marketing
Evolution of Money

Teaching and
Learning Activities
(TLA)

Lecture/Discussion
Research work
Group discussion
Demonstration
Film Viewing

Lecture/Discussion
Research work
Group discussion
Demonstration

Type
:

Credit
Units:

No. of
Hours
per
week:

and

6.
Gain
insights
technology-based
opportunities

Assessment
Tasks(ATs)/Assessme
nt Tools

Presentation
Oral Recitation
Class Participation
Quizzes
Assignment
Practical demonstration
Portfolio

Presentation
Oral Recitation
Class Participation
Quizzes
Assignment
Practical demonstration
Portfolio

of

future
business

Resources
Needed/Budgeta
ry Requirements

3.

Week 6 - 7

CREATE RASTER GRAPHICS USING A


GRAPHICS APPLICATION
3.1. Balance image quality and file size
3.2. Acquire digital images
3.3. Manipulate objects/images using Adobe
Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop
3.4. Use/Modify variable templates
3.5. Create raster graphic for final media

4.

Week 8 - 9

DEVELOP DESIGNS FOR PRINT MEDIA


1.1. Confirm client brief
1.2. Prepare the work environment
1.3. Arrange elements on page
1.4. Finalize layout
1.5. Check quality
1.6. Prepare for final media
1.7. Finalize document
1.8. Color separate artworks/objects/images

Have the knowledge and skills required to


develop raster graphics incorporating a range
of features for cross-media publishing based
on a client brief.
Have the knowledge and skills for
manipulating and editing images, applying
special effects as required in the design brief.
This will be applied across a range of roles in
a variety of contexts with some complexity in
the extent and choice of options available.
Describes the skills and knowledge required to
layout pages based on client brief using page
layout applications while applying the
principles of visual design and communication.
For this unit the knowledge and skills cover
selecting, adapting and transferring skills and
knowledge to new environments and providing
technical advice and some leadership in
resolution of specific problems.
This would be applied across a range of roles in
a variety of contexts with some complexity in
extent and choice of options available.

Lecture/Discussion
Research work
Group discussion
Demonstration

Lecture/Discussion
Research work
Group discussion
Demonstration

The final exam will assess


students learning since the
start of the course. It will
evaluate how far the
students have learned about
the topics discussed. It will
also test students retention
and laboratory.

Week 10

5.

Week 11-12

DEVELOP DESIGNS FOR ELECTRONIC


MEDIA
5.1. Receive and interpret the brief
5.2. Generate and assess ideas
5.3. Select techniques, tools, delivery
platform, and software/ Gather materials
5.4. Apply visual design and communication
techniques
5.5. Evaluate design outcome

Have the knowledge, skills and attitude required


to incorporate the principles of visual design
and communication into the development of
designs for an electronic media for use in
various industries.

SPAMAST OBE Course Syllabus 2015 (Information Technology Department)

Lecture/Discussion
Research work
Group discussion
Demonstration

Presentation
Oral Recitation
Class Participation
Quizzes
Assignment
Practical demonstration
Portfolio

Presentation
Oral Recitation
Class Participation
Quizzes
Assignment
Practical demonstration
Portfolio

Mid Term Examination

Presentation
Oral Recitation
Class Participation
Quizzes
Assignment
Practical demonstration
Portfolio

6.

Week 13 - 14

7.

Week 14 - 15

8.

Week 16

9.

Week 17

DEVELOP DESIGNS FOR PRODUCT


PACKAGING
6.1. Receive and interpret the brief
6.2. Generate and assess ideas
6.3. Develop brand and prototype
6.4. Prepare design for mass/ volume
production
6.5. Present design package
DESIGN BOOTH AND
PRODUCT/WINDOW DISPLAYS
7.1. Receive and interpret the brief
7.2. Generate and assess ideas
7.3. Develop design prototype
7.4. Produce actual booth and
product/window displays
7.5. Evaluate design outcome

DESIGN 3D IMAGE
8.1. Produce actual 3D image using MAYA
3D
8.2. Design 3D image
8.3. Lighting
8.4. Render
8.5. Evaluate design outcome
DESIGN ACTUAL 3D ANIMATION
USING MAYA 3D
9.1. Alter 3D objects using MAYA
1.1. Animation
1.2. Rendering animated design
1.3. Evaluate design outcome

Have the knowledge, skills and attitude required


to incorporate the principles of visual design
and communication into the development of
designs for product packaging.

Have the knowledge, skills and attitude required


to incorporate the principles of visual design
and communication into the design and
production of booth and product/window
displays.

Have the knowledge, skills and attitude required


to incorporate the principles of visual design
and communication into the design and
production of 3D image.

Have the knowledge, skills and attitude required


to incorporate the principles of visual design
and communication into the design and
production of 3D Animation.

Lecture/Discussion
Research work
Group discussion
Demonstration

Presentation
Oral Recitation
Class Participation
Quizzes
Assignment
Practical demonstration
Portfolio

Presentation
Oral Recitation
Class Participation
Quizzes
Assignment
Case Study
Rubrics

Lecture/Discussion
Research work
Group discussion
Demonstration

Lecture/Discussion
Research work
Group discussion
Demonstration

Presentation
Oral Recitation
Class Participation
Quizzes
Assignment
Practical demonstration
Portfolio

Lecture/Discussion
Research work
Group discussion
Demonstration

Presentation
Oral Recitation
Class Participation
Quizzes
Assignment
Practical demonstration
Portfolio

Final Term Examination

The final exam will assess


students learning since the
start of the course. It will
evaluate how far the
students have learned about
the topics discussed. It will
also test students retention
and laboratory.

Week 18

Total Hours
123hours including the midterm examination and final examination schedule

FINAL GRADE EVALUATION METHOD

SPAMAST OBE Course Syllabus 2015 (Information Technology Department)

PRINTED & WEB RESOURCES

GRADING SYSTEM
Mid Term/Final Term
10% 5% 40% 15% 30% 100%

Assignment, Research Works


Attendance
Quizzes, Oral, Activities, Presentation (lecture and actual)
Project
Periodical Exam (Mid Term and Final Term Exam)

Rubrics will be provided in rating presentations, oral, essay examinations and research works
Final Requirement: Case Study Analysis

Prepared by:
NELSON G. BALNEG JR
Faculty

Reviewed by:
DOMINGO V. ORIGINES, JR, MIM
Department Chair

Recommending Approval:

Approved by:
MARK JUDE TRONDILLO, MSAE

Dean

SPAMAST OBE Course Syllabus 2015 (Information Technology Department)

NILA NANETTE S. REVILLA, Ph.D


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