Tirrell Service Learning Project

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Tirrell Service Learning Project Students enrolled in Tirrell's 420 course will be working with the Community and Family Resource Center (CFRC) , a local non-profit organization. A one-page statement about the organization and some of its programs is available here . Groups will produce two versions of a brochure soliciting prospective volunteers for CFRC's annual Christmas Day Dinner event: one full-color version and one grayscale version . Document specifications and support files are below. Some of the information is general, so your group will be expected to make design decisions. Remember that you will receive feedback from CFRC on two drafts before the final documents are due. Any questions that you have for the client or about the project should be directed to me . As you put together these brochures, keep the following in mind:
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Unformatted text preview: • Brochures must present accurate and relevant information to the appropriate audiences. • Brochures must consider the qualities of effective design from the Thompson Handbook to create a well-designed and usable document. • Brochures must be technically correct in content, spelling, and grammar. • Brochures must demonstrate that the group has responded to feedback provided by the client. • Brochures must be professional and polished in prose and design to represent CFRC well. • The client will ultimately select one group's documents to put into production. The selected group will turn over its master document files for use and adaptation by CFRC. Only the selected group will receive an A grade on the project....
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