312761 (v.1) History of the Book 596
|Area:||Department of Information Studies|
|TUITION PATTERNS:||The tuition pattern provides details of the types of classes and their duration. This is to be used as a guide only. Precise information is included in the unit outline.|
|Online Class:||1 x 3 Hours Weekly|
INFM315 History of the Book
or any previous version
|UNIT REFERENCES, TEXTS, OUTCOMES AND ASSESSMENT DETAILS:||The most up-to-date information about unit references, texts and outcomes, will be provided in the unit outline.|
|Syllabus:||Examination of the history of books, print culture and electronic texts from the ancient world to today. Covers both the technical aspects of book production and the relationship between books and culture. The effects on the final text production methods and physical form are emphasised, along with book design, typography and illustration.|
|Field of Education:||091301 Librarianship and Information Management|
|Year||Location||Period||Internal||Partially Online Internal||Area External||Central External||Fully Online|
|2014||Bentley Campus||Semester 1||Y|
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