INDAF-DP Industrial Arts/Technology Teacher Education-Accelerated

Courses and Descriptions

EDUC-1116Graphic Communications Technology 1

Graphic Communications Technology can be described as an area encompassing all of the content of table drafting, printing, art and graphic arts, as well as other communication processes used in business and industry. Traditional practices will be covered if they apply to existing practices in the schools, but the emphasis will be on computerized technology that is used in the public school system. Graphic Communications Technology is concerned with all methods used to convey information in any format and in any quantity from person to person. The course is delivered in a modified competency based format. This first year course will cover communication theory, message analysis, sketching, mechanical drafting, introductory CAD, computer assisted type style modification, screen printing and introduction to darkroom photography.
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