units

APG5863

Faculty of Arts

Postgraduate - Unit

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12 points, SCA Band 1, 0.250 EFTSL

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LevelPostgraduate
FacultyFaculty of Arts
Organisational UnitNational Centre For Australian Studies
OfferedCaulfield Second semester 2013 (Day)
Caulfield Second semester 2013 (Evening)
Coordinator(s)Trischa Mann

Notes

Previously coded PUB5003

Synopsis

The contribution of new technology and multi-media outcomes are explored.
An overview of the role of the various production processes and their management in publishing. Students are taken through the various stages of the physical production of various formats (books, magazines and newspapers) and their subsequent marketing and distribution. The contributions of new technology and multi-media outcomes are explored. Students enrolled at this 5th year level will demonstrate a greater mastery over project management issues adapted to given examples.

Outcomes

Students successfully completing this subject should have developed an understanding:

  1. of the practical principles of publishing;
  2. of the key publication production processes and to develop relevant skills;
  3. of how the various forms of publishing differ in production terms, e.g. journals, magazines, scholarly publications, electronic publications;
  4. of the contribution of new technology to the publishing industries and the principles inherent in their application;
  5. of project management principles adapted to given examples.

Assessment

Practical exercises (3000 words): 35%
Review essay (5000 words): 50% +
Examination (1000 words): 15%

Chief examiner(s)

Contact hours

One 2- hour seminar per week, excursions as arranged

Prohibitions