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New Media Program in National Competition

The Maine Edge newspaper reported on the advancement of the University of Maine’s new Innovative Communication Design program as a finalist in the fourth Digital Media and Learning Competition, a national event to help mobilize emerging leaders, educators and innovators to create technologies that might change how we learn, play and interact, according to the article. The UMaine ICD graduate certificate program led by New Media faculty members John Bell and Rick Corey establishes skill-level “badges” for students who complete ICD classes that range from social networking to advanced video production. Bell and Corey are in San Francisco this week to present the program to judges and are competing for the top prize of up to $200,000 for program development.

Contact: George Manlove, (207) 581-3756

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