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- The economics of publishing
- The editing and publishing team
- Publication project management
- Advanced structural editing
- Advanced copyediting
- Copyediting in InDesign
- Design and layout for e-pubs
- Publishing and distribution
- Chat Rooms
- Discussion forum/Discussion Board
- Embedded Multimedia
- Online assignment submission
- Standard Media
- Streaming Multimedia
- Web links
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This subject provides advanced practical editing instruction, and allows students to build on existing knowledge and skills. They learn and practice the skills of editing to a real-world publishing project in which project management skills, high-level editing skills, and professional writing skills are utilised. The capacity to work independently and collaboratively to take a written text from submission to publication is developed. Students also learn to analyse and reflect on issues relevant to contemporary publishing industries.
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- Query Letter (30%)
- Publishing Project, Part 1 (35%)
- Publishing Project, Part 2 (35%)
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