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 Northwest Vista College Library
1st Floor, Redbud Learning Center (RLC)
3535 N. Ellison Dr.
San Antonio, TX 78251
Mon - Thur: 7:30am to 6:00pm

About the Program

The Digital Media Technology Associate of Applied Science degree plan focuses on three areas of concentration: Web/graphic design, interactive media design, and instructional design.

The Digital Media program is designed for individuals wanting to obtain entry level, continuing education, and advanced skills in the following areas: web & graphic and interface design best practices, HTML, CSS, JavaScripting, 508 compliance, JQuery, Mobile technology, Content Management Systems, Adobe Creative Suite, social media applications, SCORM compliance and much more.

The Associate of Applied Science degree is recommended for students who wish to eventually pursue a bachelor's degree or management position in the industry. The academic courses included in the AAS degree will transfer to four-year institutions and provide a broad training for the industry. Digital Media faculty work closely with students and provide career planning and degree & transfer advising.

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About the Program Coordinator: Viviane Marioneaux

Teaching Philosophy 

I truly believe in the facilitation/coordination of learning on all levels. It is my belief that it is my job as an instructor to present real life scenarios that motivate learning and create an insatiable need for deeper understanding. I also hope to provide guidance for students that will encourage them to move forward regardless of the educational or professional direction they choose.

I will provide students with best practices, tips, tricks, and techniques as they relate to the digital media world. I will encourage students to practice critical thinking and challenge their own skill levels. Learning through collaboration and research will help students realize how to incorporate these practices into real world experiences.

I value openness and integrity above all of our NVC values. However, I’ve been known to dabble in all of our values on a daily basis.


M.A. in Teaching & Learning with Technology, Ashford University

B.S. in Graphic Design, Art Institute of Pittsburgh


Academic Departments

Program Coordinator

Susan Escobar
Program Coordinator
Phone: 210-486-4050
Office: MLH-201B

Area Contacts

Emily Coppin
Administrative Specialist
Phone: 210-486-4352
Office: MLH-201

Adriana Garza
Administrative Associate
Phone: 210-486-4354
Office: MLH-201

John Grillo
Academic Chair, Workforce Programs
Phone: 210-486-4054
Office: MLH-201A