Each criterion/element is addressed and covered ▪ The analysis demonstrates knowledge of the respective element ▪ The information/analysis is substantive and relevant to the documents used ▪ Demonstrated knowledge of design principles and document aesthetics ▪ Presented the comparison in appropriate format with clarity in information and structure Submission Guidelines Students to submit; ▪ Finished document with an assignment cover sheet Students may also be guided to save the documents/files in a unit submission folder on the server if required. Other submission arrangements (e.g. email) can be arranged as mutually convenient for trainers/assessors and students.
BSB30115| BSBITU309 Produce Desktop Published Documents Learner ’s Guide | V 1.0 | Jan 2018 Macquarie Education Group Australia Pty Ltd t/a Macquarie Institute |RTO Code 91305 | CRICOS Code 02657J Approved by: CEO | Next Review: Dec 2018 Page 11 of 24 E nsure that the task/work is submitted along with an “Assignment Cover Sheet” signed by the student. Assignment Cover Sheet is provided with each Learner’s Guide, and can also be obtained from college’s reception or website.
BSB30115| BSBITU309 Produce Desktop Published Documents Learner ’s Guide | V 1.0 | Jan 2018 Macquarie Education Group Australia Pty Ltd t/a Macquarie Institute |RTO Code 91305 | CRICOS Code 02657J Approved by: CEO | Next Review: Dec 2018 Page 12 of 24 Assessment Task 2 Description: In this task, you will be required to produce a Desktop Published Document as per organisational and design requirements. This project uses the Product Design Specifications (PDS) created in Assessment Task1. However, for creating a client/DTP Operator, the students will give their PDS to each other – each student using a brief from another student – and produce the document as per the PDS. Instructions & Role Play: You will continue in your role play as the in-house DTP Operator. Your trainer/assessor will play the role of your General Manager (GM). Task: 1) Hold a meeting with your GM (trainer/assessor role play) and confirm the PDS. Seek clarifications as needed, and obtain approval before processing. 2) Download and save reference and help documentation for use of the required DTP software. Save online links with appropriate references. 3) Using an appropriate software program (Microsoft Word or Publisher), design and produce the document as per the specifications provided in PDS. Your final product will meet the following requirements; PART A: COVER SHEET/INTRIDUCTION In This part, you will provide a description and purpose of the document you are about to create, including; ▪ Objectives and purpose of the document ▪ Perceived target audience ▪ Required document type and style ▪ WHS/Ergonomic requirements ▪ Conservation strategies PART B: PRODUCE A DTP DOCUMENT Design and produce a DTP document/product as per the following steps; ▪ Set document standards (margins, colour references, page numbers, style, bleeding) ▪ Create a master template ▪ Create pages based on the template ▪ Import text from other documents ▪
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