Academic Field

Communication, Graphic Design

Faculty Mentor Name

Kelly Roe

Presentation Type

Poster Presentation

Abstract

This poster presentation will describe a digital publishing project, produced through collaboration between several departments at SUNY Oswego. The product, a digital magazine called Exist: A SUNY Oswego Digital Publication. The purpose of the project was to allow original work created by SUNY Oswego students and faculty to be shared, while also allowing students to gain experience in the production and design of a digital publication, as well as distribution of that digital publication via Adobe Publishing Suite. The magazine is designed to allow each volume to have a different theme, depending on what the editor wants to do, and on what original content students create. Because the magazine has multiple volumes, there are all kinds of possibilities and the magazine is flexible enough to adapt and respond to changing interests of students and faculty over time.

Keywords

Digital Publication Graphic Design Writing

Start Date

10-4-2015 11:15 AM

End Date

10-4-2015 12:00 PM

Location

SERC House of Fields

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Apr 10th, 11:15 AM Apr 10th, 12:00 PM

EXIST: Working Collaboratively in an E-Publishing Environment

SERC House of Fields

This poster presentation will describe a digital publishing project, produced through collaboration between several departments at SUNY Oswego. The product, a digital magazine called Exist: A SUNY Oswego Digital Publication. The purpose of the project was to allow original work created by SUNY Oswego students and faculty to be shared, while also allowing students to gain experience in the production and design of a digital publication, as well as distribution of that digital publication via Adobe Publishing Suite. The magazine is designed to allow each volume to have a different theme, depending on what the editor wants to do, and on what original content students create. Because the magazine has multiple volumes, there are all kinds of possibilities and the magazine is flexible enough to adapt and respond to changing interests of students and faculty over time.