From the curriculum document:
Multimodal compositions, as defined by Selfe and Takayoshi, are “texts that exceed the alphabetic and may include still and moving images, animations, color, words, music and sound.” For our purposes multimodal compositions must include written or verbal language and at least one other communicative mode. Students engaged in multimodal work will develop the understanding that meaning is not constructed solely through language.
--Selfe, Cynthia and Pamela Takayoshi. “Thinking about Multimodality” from Multimodal Composition: Resources for Teachers. Cynthia Selfe, ed. New York: Bedford St. Martin, 2007.’
From UNIV 111:
From UNIV 112:
From UNIV 200:
Other classes also provide opportunity for multimodal/multimedia assignments, such as: