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Last approved: Tue, 18 Jul 2017 08:03:06 GMT

Last edit: Mon, 10 Jul 2017 20:31:06 GMT

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College of Professional Studies
Professional Studies-Publishing (PSPB)
PSPB
6251
Fundamentals of Electronic Publishing
Fundamentals of E-publishing
Fall 2017
2
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Lecture
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40

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Overview of e-publishing; the digital transformation in publishing its reshaping of the industry; evolving publishing business models, publishing standards and technology, and the social and ethical context of e-publishing.
- Understanding of the forces shaping electronic publishing - Knowledge of the fundamental technologies and standards in electronic publishing - Understanding of the new business models enabled by electronic publishing technologies - Knowledge of the historical development of digital publishing - Ability to analyze trade-offs in digital publishing decision-making - Ability to conduct basic research on emerging digital publishing technologies and approaches - Awareness of the ethical issues in electronic publishing
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gharris (Thu, 22 Oct 2015 18:49:51 GMT): Rollback: Please provide a revised course description that provides, in just a few sentences, the main themes/topics to be covered. For example: PSPB 6232. Production Management. Managing the production process from initial design and editing to a final printed and distributed publication. Aspects of traditional production, including printing basics, manufacturing savings, prepress and composition, paper, postage, and best practices. Emerging trends in digital products and delivery.
jackp (Tue, 07 Feb 2017 17:12:01 GMT): Rollback: Arnie. All syllabi must now include information about how much time students are expected to spend every week on the course. You have that information and sample wording from the "Assignment of Credit Hour Policy" handout I sent last semester. If you need help with this let me know.
cbeil (Thu, 11 May 2017 01:54:07 GMT): Rollback: It is unclear how much time students will spend in direct learning experiences with the instructor. The course does not cover 15 weeks; I need documentation of both time spent in and out of class to justify the two credits being earned.
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