This course delves into how and why magazines were created, how they've influenced and shaped society, how they serve their audiences, and how they run. It analyzes the industry from many angles, including editorial procedures and policies, design and photography, advertising, production and printing, circulation, history, legal and ethical issues, and the business and marketing of today’s media brands. It will also look at more than a century's worth of publishing challenges and tap into how publishers and content creators are adjusting their sails — once again — to accommodate industry changes.
|Instructor: Maria Charbonneaux|
For Full List of Library Events Including Those Specific to Faculty, Grad Students & Staff, Please See The Library Events Calendar.
|February 9: Thu, 2:10pm-3:25pm||Digital Humanities 101: What is Digital Humanities? (In-Person)|
|February 15: Wed, 9:00am-10:00am||Open Scholar Café: Impact of the OSTP Memo (Online)|
|February 16: Thu, 12:40pm-1:55pm||Digital Humanities 101: Intro to Geospatial Humanities (In-Person)|
|February 23: Thu, 2:10pm-3:25pm||Digital Humanities 101: Intro to Text Analysis (In-Person)|
|March 30: Thu, 2:10pm-3:25pm||Enhance Your Narrative with Geospatial Data: Intro to StoryMap JS (In-Person)|
|March 30: Thu, 2:10pm-3:25pm||Preserve Your Legacy: Recordkeeping 101 for Student Organizations (In-Person)|
|April 6: Thu, 12:40pm-1:55pm||Digital Humanities 101: Data for Digital Humanities|