Project Interactive Multimedia


Course Objective

Students will:

1) Learn how to identify opportunities for interactive web applications
for a specific organisation. (Knowledge and understanding) (Applying
knowledge and understanding)
2) Learn how to develop relevant applications in short sprints using
iterative development. (Knowledge and understanding) (Applying knowledge
and understanding)
3) Learn how to pitch and communicate (intermediate) results to
different audiences. (Communication)
4) Integrate relevant knowledge from previous courses for a specific
organisation. (Applying knowledge and understanding)
5) Gain experience developing multimedia applications using HTML5,
Javascript. (Applying knowledge and understanding) (Lifelong learning
6) Gain experience using web APIs. (Applying knowledge and
understanding) (Lifelong learning skills)

Course Content

In this course, students use knowledge and skills gained in the 1st year
of the bachelor IMM/IS to analyse ICT and web application business
opportunities for a specific organisation. They develop a web app for
that matches a specific challenge or opportunity for an organisation.
This is to a large extent a “hands-on” course, where students work in
groups on a web application in multiple iterations. Students are
encouraged to be creative and play their strengths, either by developing
a well-rounded, complete application or designing a great and effective

Teaching Methods

Field visit

Method of Assessment

Practical group assignment 70%
Individual portfolio 30%


Online reference material

Target Audience

BSc Information Sciences (year 1)

Additional Information

Project Interactive Multimedia

General Information

Course Code X_400557
Credits 6 EC
Period P6
Course Level 200
Language of Tuition English
Faculty Faculty of Science
Course Coordinator dr. V. de Boer
Examiner dr. V. de Boer
Teaching Staff dr. V. de Boer

Practical Information

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