Katherine A. Morris

Katherine A. Morris, Newspaper Layout and Design, Spring 2018

Course Description:

You will learn to use the principles of page design for daily and weekly news publications, and how to use Quark Xpress to display those principles. A well-designed page uses photos, text, graphics, fact boxes and other points of entry to draw its readers into a story.

Required Text:

“The Newspaper Designer’s Handbook” by Tim Harrower, 7th edition

Syllabus: 

Katherine A. Morris, Newspaper Layout And Design, Fall 2017

Course Description:

You will learn to use the principles of page design for newspapers, and how to use Quark XPress to display those principles. A well-designed page uses photos, text, graphics, fact boxes and other points of entry to draw readers into a story.

Required Texts:

-The Newspaper Designer’s Handbook by Tim Harrower, 7th edition

Recommended:
-The Associated Press Stylebook and Libel Manual

Syllabus: 

Katherine A. Morris, Newspaper Layout and Design, Spring 2017

Course Description:

You will learn to use the principles of page design for daily and weekly news publications, and how to use Quark Xpress to display those principles. A well-designed page uses photos, text, graphics, fact boxes and other points of entry to draw its readers into a story.

Required Text:

“The Newspaper Designer’s Handbook” by Tim Harrower, 7th edition

Katherine A. Morris, Copy-Reading/Editing, Fall 2016

Course Description:

A workshop in which students receive editing and headline writing experience of the type they would receive in a daily newspaper newsroom. The emphasis is on “doing,” with deadlines and demands for accuracy in a job potential field consistently in demand.

Texts:

“Copycrafting: Editing for Journalism Today” by Kenneth R. Rosenauer
“The Associated Press Stylebook and Libel Manual”

Syllabus: 

Katherine A. Morris, Newspaper Layout And Design, Spring 2016

Course Description:

Students study and use a variety of newspaper layout-makeup styles in this workshop. Speed, accuracy, and imagination are combined to produce attractive, readable page designs.

Required Texts:

-The Newspaper Designer’s Handbook by Tim Harrower, 7th edition

Recommended:
-The Associated Press Stylebook and Libel Manual

Syllabus: 

Katherine A. Morris, Copyreading/Editing, Fall 2015

Course Description:

A workshop in which students receive editing and headline-writing experience of the type they would receive in a daily newspaper newsroom. The emphasis is on practical application, with deadlines and demands for accuracy in a job that is consistently in demand.

Required Texts:

-“Copycrafting: Editing for Journalism Today” by Kenneth R. Rosenauer
-“The Associated Press Stylebook and Libel Manual”

Syllabus: 

Katherine A. Morris, Newspaper Layout And Design, Spring 2015

Course Description:

Students study and use a variety of newspaper layout-makeup styles in this workshop. Speed, accuracy, and imagination are combined to produce attractive, readable page designs.

Required Texts:

“The Newspaper Designer’s Handbook” by Tim Harrower, 7th edition

Recommended:
“The Associated Press Stylebook and Libel Manual.”

Katherine A. Morris, Copyreading/Editing, Fall 2014

Course Description:

A workshop in which students receive editing and headline-writing experience of the type they would receive in a daily newspaper newsroom. The emphasis is on practical application, with deadlines and demands for accuracy in a job that is consistently in demand.

Required Texts:

-“Copy Editors Handbook for Newspapers” by Anthony R. Fellow and Thomas N. Clanin, 4th edition
-“The Associated Press Stylebook and Libel Manual”

Katherine A. Morris, Newspaper Layout And Design, Spring 2013

Course Description:

Students study and use a variety of newspaper layout-makeup styles in this workshop. Speed, accuracy, and imagination are combined to produce attractive, readable page designs.

Required Texts:

-“The Newspaper Designer’s Handbook” by Tim Harrower, 7th edition

Syllabus: 

Katherine A. Morris, Copyreading/Editing, Fall 2012

Course Description:

A workshop in which students receive editing and headline-writing experience of the type they would receive in a daily newspaper newsroom. The emphasis is on practical application, with deadlines and demands for accuracy in a job that is consistently in demand.

Required Texts:

“Copy Editors Handbook for Newspapers” by Anthony R. Fellow and Thomas N. Clanin, 3rd edition
“The Associated Press Stylebook and Libel Manual”

Syllabus: 

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