The Midpoint Review is your opportunity to present your best work in a variety of media. The examples you submit should showcase the wide range of audio, video, imaging and writing skills needed by today’s media professional. The oral portion should express professionalism and confidence. Both should reflect your technical knowledge and creativity. This information will help to provide guidance for you in career direction and course selection.
The Final Review is your opportunity to present yourself as a professional in the media industry. Before your instructors and leaders in the field, you will make an oral presentation supported by a solid resume reel and online presence. This portfolio should be a visually powerful demonstration of your knowledge and skills, and a showcase of your achievements while studying in Multimedia Communications.
What to Expect from your Review
Guidelines & Templates
Your review guidelines are strictly defined and must be followed. All students should follow both the 'General Guidelines' and their 'Departmental Guidelines'. Online students should also view the 'Online Midpoint & Final Review Technical Requirements' document for technical information regarding the web conference where you will hold your Online Review.