Challenges for the Graphic Communication and Media Technology

Izazovi za grafičku komunikaciju i medijsku tehnologiju

Dr. Anastasios E. Politis

Sažetak

Strukturne promjene u širem medijskom prostoru, a posebice u tradicionalnoj grafi čkoj tehnologiji i tiskarstvu donose nove izazove u izradi nastavnih planova i programa, modula i kolegija ponuđenih od strane Odjela grafi čke tehnologije diljem svijeta. Sljedeći taj trend, grafi čko obrazovanje i obrazovanje medijske tehnologije trebalo bi se preorijentirati, uzimajući u obzir sve čimbenike koji utječu na samu edukaciju i proces učenja. Prezentacija će se usredotočiti na trendove, razvoj i zahtjeve za razvojem grafi čke umjetnosti, medija i tiskanih medija te potrebe za obrazovanjem i obukom. Nadalje, rješavati će se i inovativna pitanja poput okruženja za učenje, pristupa ishodima učenja, EKO i novim klasifi kacijama u visokom obrazovanju. U prezentaciji će se također pokušati obratiti pozornost na rješavanje posljedice uzrokovanih ovim izazovima, kao i načinima na koje Odjeli grafi čkih i medijskih tehnologija i Instituti mogu reagirati na iste.

Abstract

The structural changes in the wider media landscape and in particular in the traditional graphic arts technology and printing fi elsd cause new challenges in the design of the curricula, modules ans courses off ered by the Departments of Graphic Arts Technology worldwide. Following this trend, Graphic arts and media technology education need to reorientate, taking under consideration all factors aff ecting the education it self and the learning process. Th e presentation will focus on trends, developments and requirements for the evolving graphic arts and media and print media industry and the needs for education and training. Further, innovative issues will be addressed such as learning environments, the learning outcomes approach, the EQF and the new classifi cations of the Higher Education. In the presentation eff ort will be given to address the implications caused by these challenges and these challenges as well as ways for reaction by the Graphic arts and Media Technology Universities and Institutes.

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