The Center for Interactive Media at Daytona State College combines the Faculty Innovation Center, Instructional Resources and WDSC-TV with the college’s new Associate of Science in Interactive Media Production program.
Within this unique, collaborative and high-tech learning environment, students enrolled in the associate degree program prepare for entry-level positions that focus on multiple career paths, including broadcasting, print and Web-based media. A cross-disciplinary approach to skill development in critical thinking, writing, photography, video, audio, social media, Web design and more provides students with a depth of knowledge necessary to adapt and thrive in the constantly evolving interactive media industry. Students also receive hands-on training as part of their studies, performing “live” broadcasts at the college’s public television station, WDSC-TV.
Falcon Online is Daytona State’s online learning management system, which hosts fully online and hybrid courses. These courses are developed through the Instructional Resources Department and the Faculty Innovation Center, which helps faculty leverage technology when developing video and other components of their online curricula.
As an independent public broadcasting station in Central Florida, WDSC-TV offers its viewing audience an alternative in educational and entertaining programs, from local productions, government information and emergency awareness to international programs, how-to’s and much more.