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 & Workshops, Please See The Library Events Calendar.
|September 14, 2:10PM - 3:30PM||Introduction to Data Management Plans (Parks Library, Room 031)|
|September 15, 9:00AM-10:00AM||Open Scholar Cafe: Research Assessment (Online via Zoom)|
|October 5, 11:00AM-12:30PM||Publishing Open Textbooks With Pressbooks: A Hands-on Workshop (Online via Zoom)|
|October 27 12:00PM-1:00PM||Shameless Self-Promotion: Share Your Research to Make an Impact (Online via Zoom)|
|November 4, 2:10PM-3:30PM||Escape From Spreadsheet Hell (Parks Library, Room 134)|
|November 10, 10:00AM-11:00AM||Copyright in The Classroom: Support for Instructors (Online via Zoom)|
|November 17, 9:00AM-10:00AM||Open Scholar Café: Data and Copyright: It's Complicated (Online via Zoom)|