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 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

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TEACHERS:     Mr. Lorenzo Rossi   &   Mrs. Catherine Rossi

CONTACT:  lorenzo.rossi@tcdsb.org     catherine.rossi@tcdsb.org

COMPUTER LABS:    Rm 414 (west),  Rm 424

VIDEO EDITING & POST PRODUCTION LAB:     Rm 425

 DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIO:   Rm 414 (west)

  

 For more information CLICK HERE!  

 

  

COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY (CYBER-ARTS) 

Digital Photography  .  TV-Video & Movie Production  Graphic Design .  Desktop Publishing . Yearbook Journalism

The Comunnications Technology program students  the opportunity  to experience  a variety  of digital  disciplines  through  project  – based  curricula. We strive to offer the best possible curriculum  with the intent to maximize students‟ creative potential. We make every effort to continuously  update our curriculum  to mirror current technology trends so that our students acquire skills that will always be industry standard in the areas of graphic design, desktop publishing,  digital photography,  web page design, game design, anim ation, and TV - video and film production. We will also endeavour  to continue developing educational partnerships  with companies such as Microsoft, Electronic Arts, Think3, with the intent of further enhancing Cyber-Arts at Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts.

 

 COMPUTER SCIENCE

Game Design  . Computer Engineering  . Robotics  . Computer Technology  . Programming   

The Information Technology courses focuses on the design  of technologicainformation  systems, including  computing  systems,  as solutions  to business  and research  data  and communications  support  needs.  Includes  instruction  in the principles  of computer hardware  and software  components,  robotics,  algorithms,  databases,  telecommunications, user  tactics,  application  testing,  and  human  interf ace design.  

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Content Type: Welcome Page
Version: 14.0
Created at 10/18/2012 11:08 AM by Rossi, Catherine (Cardinal Carter Academy)
Last modified at 12/12/2012 9:44 AM by Rossi, Catherine (Cardinal Carter Academy)