In this course, students will explore the technologies that are shaping our future through hands-on projects that utilize AI, code, Unity, and social media. Through a combination of lectures, discussions, and project work, students will learn about the latest advancements in AI, gaming, and social media and have the opportunity to apply these technologies to enhance learning in a variety of contexts. Students will also consider the ethical and societal implications of these technologies.
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
This course will be delivered through a combination of lectures, discussions, and project work. Students will be expected to participate in class discussions, complete readings and assignments outside of class, and work on a project as part of a team. There will also be opportunities for students to engage with experts in the field and receive feedback on their projects.
Assessment in this course will be based on a combination of the following:
Texts and Materials:
Week 1: Game definition, account creation, tool introduction Deliverable: none Week 2: Game creation: Image generation Deliverable: Text HTML Website (home and blog) https://firstname.lastname@example.org/video/7184889113781210410 https://openart.ai/promptbook Week 3: Game creation: AI text generation Deliverable: Text HTML Website (home and blog) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kCc8FmEb1nY Week 4: Game announcement launch Deliverable: Social media calendar and launch posts - 5 Tweets, 1 Youtube Week 5: AI tech support - using AI to write code Deliverable: Unity project checkin Week 6: Game presentation Deliverable: Presentation Week 7: Social media support Deliverable: Following and subscription lists Week 8: AI limitations Deliverable: Found AI bugs Week 9: Gathering feedback Deliverable: Game demo and feedback Week 10: Game building and sharing Deliverable: Unity project checkin Week 11: Game building and sharing Deliverable: Unity project checkin Week 12: Game demo launch Deliverable: Playable game demo
Policy on Academic Integrity:
Plagiarism, cheating, or any other form of academic dishonesty will not be tolerated in this course. All work submitted must be original and properly cited, as per the guidelines outlined in the student handbook. Any instances of academic dishonesty will be reported and may result in a failing grade for the assignment or the course.
Student Support Services:
If you are in need of accommodations due to a disability, please contact the Disability Services Office.
If you are experiencing personal or academic challenges that are affecting your performance in this course, please reach out to the Student Counseling Center for support.
I hope this revised syllabus provides a helpful outline for your course on Future Learning! Please let me know if you have any further questions or need any additional information.