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PSPB 6262 : Editing for Books, Journals, and Electronic Products
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Professional Studies Publishing (PSPB)
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College of Professional Studies
Professional Studies-Publishing (PSPB)
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Editing for Books, Journals, and Electronic Products
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An overview of the editorial roles, functions, and workflows used in creating publications for print and electronic formats; peer review and online tools for manuscript submission and tracking.
- Have an understanding of the array of roles and responsibilities for each editorial type in the larger context of the total publication process. - Have an understanding of how each editor interacts with others in typical workflows for various publications. - Have an appreciation of how an Editor’s vision adds to the structure of the external editorial hierarchy and the way in which the internal editorial staff supports that vision along with the publisher’s objectives. - Recognize the importance of developing and maintaining positive relationships among editors, authors, and reviewers.
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Thu, 22 Oct 2015 19:26:32 GMT
Rollback: Please add to syllabus U. policies required per the Faculty Handbook (religious holidays, disability support, and academic integrity) and resubmit. I'll provide the policy text separately via email. (I tried to add it to the pdf and send you a copy but couldn't do it without wrecking the formatting.)