Information Studies 275, UCLA Winter 2002
Thurs 17:00-20:30, 111 GSE&IS Bldg
Introduction to Imaging Assignment
This will explain the Introduction to Imaging assignments being
done for the IS 275 UCLA course Winter 2002. This will serve as a
text for the class, explaining issues of scanning cultural heritage materials.
Because the book will be revised this summer, students will review, evaluate,
and suggest changes for the revised edition. In addition, by looking
at both the print and the Web version, students will gain insight into
what is appropriate for each delivery media, and how to use each media
due Jan 24: Read the print version of Introduction to Imaging
and look over the Web
version. As you read, begin the assignment due Jan 31.
Be prepared to talk in class about differences between the print and the
Web version of this work.
due Jan 31: Turn in written comments about how you think Introduction
to Imaging should be changed. Note particular portions that confused
you when you first read them, and indicate what might be done to improve
these. Indicate areas that are redundant and areas that need more
depth. Note what new topics are missing and should be added.
You must turn your comments in in machine-readable form, and they must
be grouped into the following sections:
Other content-related comments
Appropriateness of certain features, pieces, content, etc. for particular
How info is divided/presented/ordered/grouped