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Communication Science 3 international communication

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Electronic Communication vs. Traditional Print Media: Which is More Effective? Presenters: Christopher Small – GDAIS Jonathan Steele – GDAIS Jim Slavin.

Electronic Communication vs. Traditional Print Media: Which is More Effective? Presenters: Christopher Small – GDAIS Jonathan Steele – GDAIS Jim Slavin – College Board Introductions Who are these guys, and why are they here??? Christopher Small Jonathan Steele Jim Slavin About GDA Integrated Services Market Research Telemarketing Integrated Marketing Plans Direct Mail Integrated Communications Website Design Electronic Communications “Guaranteed Visibility” Printed Communications Public Relations Counsel /

New Workflows for Electronic Journals Joint Presentation of: Digital Acquisitions, OIS Catalogers Discussion Group Standing Subcommittee on Serials, Series.

with libraries to resolve duplicates. Circumstances where multiple records may appear Brief bib contains misspelled words Title loaded with Electronic ISSN vs. Print ISSN Title is a work that contains multiple parts (e.g. Brain Research) Holdings in Aleph includes a/ required include: 655 field 740 field Aleph cataloging (655 field) 655 field for electronic media But note that Bib Standards continues to require for other media. Consult the standards at: http://hul.harvard.edu/cmtes/haac/Form_G enre.htm Aleph/


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Media Basics and Print Media

e.g., Farm Journal and Feed and Grain. Classifications of Magazines Vertical vs. horizontal publications Vertical: contains stories about and info about an industry Horizontal:/ offices (doctors and dentists), direct delivery (company or airplane), and electronic delivery Magazine Advertising: Format Premium positions Back cover, inside covers Double-/ to catch people when they’re shopping. Table 8.6 Print Media Advantages and Limitations Newspaper Advertising Advantages Good for news announcements Good/

GLOBAL FLOWS OF COMMUNICATION Theoretical Approach 3 MEVIT3220/ 4220 Media and Globalisation Carol Azungi, 25 November 2007 MEVIT3220/ 4220 Media and Globalisation.

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Open Source/Open Architecture Low-Energy Printing Prepared Multidisciplinary Senior Design Projects Dean Culver (ME) Shawn Hoskins (ME) Derek Meinke (ME)

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IPR & Media Laws By Dominic D’souza *Exam on 9 th Nov,2009.

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Besser--NYU 4/11/02 1 Preserving New Media: Issues in Saving the Orphan/Ephemeral/Experimental Films of the Future Howard Besser UCLA School of Education.

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Preserving Online Evidence St. Mary’s University Homecoming CLE March 22, 2013 Wilhelmina Randtke Electronic Services Librarian and Associate Professor.

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MLA Workshop Gibaldi, Joseph. MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers. New York: MLA, 2003. Print. Franklin, Phyllis. Foreword. MLA Handbook for Writers.

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Electronic Commerce Eighth Edition Chapter 4 Marketing on the Web.

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The National Media and American Politics. The Media of Yesteryear The first American newspapers (printed in the 1690s) were often controlled by the government.

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Daniel Berkowitz Digilife Media, LLC Boston University School of Education Accessing Higher Ground November 14, 2008 Boulder, CO Digital Accessible.

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Opt 307/407 Practical Scanning Electron Microscopy

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The Long Road from Reactive to Proactive: Developing an Accessibility Strategy Korey Singleton, ATI Manager George Mason University 3Play Media Webinar.

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Reading Preferences: Print vs. Other Formats Karin Gardner Emily Gibson Kathryn McGowan Joanne Teliszewski EDU 738 Fall 2010.

Reading Preferences: Print vs. Other Formats Karin Gardner Emily Gibson Kathryn McGowan Joanne Teliszewski EDU 738 Fall 2010 Problem Statement The purpose of this study is to determine the most resourceful way for librarians to supply patrons with information. Librarians need to be careful that they are allocating financial resources appropriately towards media that will be used by their patrons. It is not only/

Introduction to Wikis: Collaboration, Semantics, and Applications Dr. Milorad Tošić Faculty of Electronic Engineering Nis, Serbia.

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Buon Giorno! Gary HandmanDirector, Media Resources Center The Teaching Library Moffitt Library UC Berkeley

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Www.medialogue.be 21 - 11 - 20011 Maximizing Print in the Planning Process 10 th WORLDWIDE READERSHIP RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM 21-26 October,2001 The Exelsior.

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Retailing in Electronic Commerce: Products and Services

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 Technology has changed the way that we interact with each other  Media is also expanding the boundaries of our social circles; how we perceive and.

continual OS and lack of support for prior generations  Upward compatibility only  Technology and media are interwoven and are rarely separated  Media – refers to all print, digital and electronic means of communication  Technology has influenced how and where information is shared  From phone/news, the audience can now choose specifically what it wants to hear and what it wants to avoid (Fox vs. MSNBC vs. CNN vs. NBC/CBS/ABS news)  Television and Radio  Both shaped people’s lives in much the same way/

1 The League for Innovation in the Community College CIT 2003 102E, Convention Center – Monday, October 20, 2003 9:15 AM – 10:15 AM Digital Media Formats:

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Module 2: Printing Processes 1 Module 2: Printing Processes Instructor: Doughlas Remy.

and artwork before and after the invention of photography Relief (Flexography, Letterpress) Planographic printing (offset litho) Gravure (Intaglio) Screen printing (silkscreen, stencil) Digital (electronic) printing Spot colors and process colors Continuous tone vs. halftone Quiz Answer Forms for Printing (major printing processes) Module 2: Printing Processes 3 What you should know about the U.S. printing industry It has a very low profile. It is composed mainly of small/

Social Media and Digital Evidence: Evolution or Revolution John GREGORY, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)

Media 4 scenarios For each scenario: a)Scenario + questions b)Group work c)Discussion 2 1 st scenario During a hearing, a party wants to produce electronic evidence: an e-mail and an Excel file. 3 Questions 1.What will you accept: a)The original electronic document? b)A PDF file of the original electronic document? c)A printed/ in court in Canada… why? Wikipedia: 2 ways to see it: encyclopedia, dictionary VS community pages – Veracity of the information (source, history) Google Street View/WayBack Machine /

Herding eJournals & eBooks (it’s tough enough herding ‘em, but how do you keep ‘em in the corral?!) presented by Stephanie Nicely Aken Electronic Resources.

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Unit 3 Review Political Parties, Elections and Campaigns, Interest Groups, and the Mass Media.

—FDR 1932—FDR Dealignment Dealignment Rise of independents Rise of independents Interest Groups Parties vs. Interest Groups Parties vs. Interest Groups Parties run candidates for office; Interest groups support candidates for office / Creation of political forums Structure of the Media Structure of the Media Print Print Electronic Electronic Internet Internet blogs blogs Mass Media Government Regulation of the Media Government Regulation of the Media Prior Restraint Prior Restraint Confidentiality of sources/

Unit 3: Parties, Interest Groups, the Media (Wilson 11-13, L & G 7-10)

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Chapter 13 Electronic Work Flow. Chapter 13 Electronic Work Flow.

and explain its importance to prepress production. Describe the basic creation, transmission, and output of electronic media. List proofing methods used in the printing industry. © Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc. Permission granted to reproduce for educational use only. /raster image processors (RIPs), imagesetters, and platesetters. Define digital printing. © Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc. Permission granted to reproduce for educational use only. Analog vs. Digital Most images enter the work flow in analog form /

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Electronic Commerce Ninth Edition Chapter 4 Marketing on the Web.

) Customer perceives a value in buying product Brands can lose their value –Environment changes Electronic Commerce, Ninth Edition63 Electronic Commerce, Ninth Edition64 FIGURE 4-10 Elements of a brand Emotional Branding vs. Rational Branding Emotional appeals –Work well if ad targets in passive mode of information acceptance Television, radio, billboards, print media –Difficult to convey on Web Active medium controlled by customer Rational branding –Offer/

EBook vs. Printed Textbook IMCAT Dec 10, 2013 Chromebook iPad Win 8 Tablet.

from Print to Digital Shift from Physical to Digital Media Music Movies Textbooks Shift from Physical to Digital Media Media Categor y Dominant Physical Media Company Market/Oregon 23.New Jersey 24.Connecticut 25.Alaska 26.Indiana 27.Texas Print vs. Digital Digital – More than an eBook Digital eBook Video Power LessonsPowerPoint/Print to Digital Florida has mandated that all K-12 instructional materials are required to be provided in electronic format by 2015-2016. West Virginia replaced social studies print/

Electronic Commerce Economic Aspect of Copyright Protection.

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E-LAW… What is the Law? Electronic Signatures, Clickwrap Terms and Conditions, and Privacy on the Internet David T. Ullmann Minden Gross Grafstein & Greenstein.

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Best Practices for Evaluating a New Electronic Resource Sponsored by The Committee on Relations with Information Vendors (CRIV) Prepared by: Rob Myers.

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The Media An Introduction AP Government Chapter 12, Theme A.

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Electronic Commerce Tenth Edition Chapter 4 Marketing on the Web.

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Chapter 4 Hardware for Educators. System unit Boxlike case that houses the electronic components of the computer that are used to process data The System.

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EC(II) - 1 © Minder Chen, 1996-2008 Electronic Commerce: Business Models, Strategies, Investment and Implementation in the Network Economics August, 2008.

Purchasing a storefront at a virtual mall. Publicizing your web sites through traditional marketing media, such as printed brochures, business cards, newspaper ads. Sites to Help You Submit Your: SiteThese sites/Application vs. Intangible AssetsIntangibleAssets E-Commerce Applications Sources of Value Customer relationships Web-based sellingIncreased revenues; More efficient order fulfillment Customer information PersonalizationIncreased revenues per customer Supply purchasing volume Electronic procurement /

August 30, 2015 Using Electronic Evidence in IP Litigation Tips, Tactics, Technology Presented by Christopher Wall, Esq.

media. Court required electronic / Secure Web- based Repository Printed Paper Litigation Support Database Stage/electronic document issues early –Negotiate scope – seek a protective order early if necessary –Propose culling techniques Data sampling De-duplication Keyword searching –Use technology to increase speed and accuracy of document review Technology & Costs General Rule – Producing Party Pays Inherent Power of Court to Shift Costs The Texas Solution – Tex.R.Civ.P. 196.4 –“Reasonable Availability” vs/


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Chapter Eight Media Basics and Print Media. Prentice Hall, © 20098-2 When we talk about media, we are referring to the way messages are delivered, and.

Print advertisements Prentice Hall, © 20098-10 Print media includes all of the following except: a) Billboards b) Newspapers c) Magazines d) Packaging Prentice Hall, © 20098-11 Print media includes/except: a) Visual quality and multiple magazine formats b) Lower cost vs. network TV to reach a broad mass audience c) Ability to/any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the publisher. Printed in the United States of America. /

Convergence, media regulation and policy 匯流、媒體規管與政策 甄美玲 2010 春 媒体规管与政策.

bus services) * telecommunications (telegraph, telephone) * electronic media (radio and television) national monopoly 國營壟斷 (operated or/, tight-touch approach) Public sector vs. Private sector (III) Regulation /media subject to different degree of regulation- Traditional scene Print 報刊 (least regulated) Cable TV ( 有線電視 ) Broadcast( 廣電 ) (strictly regulated) Telephone 媒體規管 - 近年發展 Print 報刊 (least regulated) Cable TV 有線電視 Broadcast 廣電 (strictly regulated) 電話電訊 Telephone? 網上媒體 Online media? (akin to print media/

Media Arts Becoming an Intelligent & Critical Consumer of Information & Entertainment.

an Intelligent & Critical Consumer of Information & Entertainment What We’ll Tackle... Asking the tough questions Politics & the Press Advertising vs. Editorial/Entertainment Print Media Electronic Media Creating our own Media “Product” Asking the tough questions... Who’s delivering the message? What path does the message follow? Who gives them money? Who owns them? What are their motivations? Who’s their /

Splash Screen. Chapter Menu Chapter Introduction Section 1:Section 1:Forming Public Opinion Section 2:Section 2:The Mass Media Section 3:Section 3:Interest.

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Mass Media History of Mediated Communication PR 203 - Intro to Communication Dr. P.M.G. Verstraete WEEK 10.

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Staple your green rubric on top of the final printed copy of your DOAS essay and turn it into the front basket. Do not ask me to go print it or to go get.

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What is a Computer? A computer is an electronic device operating under the control of instructions stored in its own memory unit, that can accept data.

Four general operations of computer Input Process Output Storage Data Vs Information Data is a collection of raw facts, figures, / Nonimpact Impact and non impact printer Impact printer prints by striking an inked ribbon against the paper /a collection of computers and devices connected through the communication media such as cables, telephone lines, modems or other means /web page Microsoft Internet Explorer is a widely used browser Electronic Commerce Conducting business activities online Three types of e- /

EMS Summer 2011 July 2011. EMS has been running for 15 years and is conducted by Synovate. It is used by the majority of pan- European agencies & media.

Items (Luxury): electronic/technology, luxury items, watches, –Sports/Leisure: sports, arts, events, music, theatre culture, casinos, restaurants –Travel: air travel, class of travel, business/personal travel, destinations, hotels, holidays Multi media consumer survey The /the highest of all print title website (150% bigger than economist.com) Coverage of total EMS universe (%) and Audience (000) Base: All respondents (7,317) Media Platforms International dailies vs International weekly International /

About Video Media Concepts The Spill Resource Page.

color balance is expensive and time consuming. The Spill Resource Page Video vs. Film Continued.. Continued.. Titles and effects cannot be added in real/prints are made, edited, and completed with a film negative is cut to match the tape. Special effects are created electronically and then transferred to film. Special effects are created electronically/Video – An audiovisual medium that records on magnetic tape of other media by electronic means; also, single camera taped program creation in the manner of /

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