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2-2 Final Project Milestone One: Celebrity, Font, and Historical Information Total Points: 1,000 Grade Numerical Equivalent Points Lower Upper A 93-100 4 930 1000 A- 90-92 3.67 900 929 B+ 87-89 3.33 870 899 B 83-86 3 830 869 B- 80-82 2.67 800 829 C+ 77-79 2.33 770 799 C 73-76 2 730 769 C- 70-72 1.67 700 729 D+ 67-69 1.33 670 699 D 60-66 1 600 669 F 0-59 0 0 599 I Incomplete IF Incomplete/Failure* IP In Progress (past end of term) W Withdrawn Points Equivalent
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P a g e | 4 Syllabus Last Updated 5/23/2017 Attendance Policy Online students are required to submit a graded assignment/discussion to Blackboard during the first week of class. If a student does not submit a posting to the graded assignment/discussion during the first week of class, the student is automatically withdrawn from the course for non-participation. Review the full attendance policy . Late Assignments Policy Meeting assigned due dates is critical for demonstrating progress and ensuring appropriate time for instructor feedback on assignments. Students are expected to submit their assignments on or before the due date. Review the full late assignment policy . SNHU College of Online and Continuing Education Student Handbook Review the student handbook . Diversity and Disability Statement The College of Online and Continuing Education (COCE) at SNHU values diversity and inclusion. SNHU strives to create inclusive and welcoming academic environments. If there are aspects of the instruction or design of this course that present barriers to your inclusion, please notify the Disability Resource Center (DRC) as soon as possible. We will work with you and your instructor to address needs and concerns. We encourage all students with known or suspected physical, medical, sensory, psychiatric, and/or learning disabilities to register with the Disability Resource Center (DRC) in order to assess learning needs and take advantage of available academic accommodations and support services. 3 Legibility and Readability Exploring Typography, Chapter 4 3-1 Discussion: Good and Bad Examples of Typography 3-2 Assignment One: Photo Manipulation 4 Format, Layouts, and Grids Exploring Typography, Chapters 5 and 6 4-1 Final Project Milestone Two: Homage to a Font 5 Font Pairings, Knowing Your Audience, and Choosing the Right Fonts 5-1 Discussion: Knowing Your Audience 5-2 Assignment Two: Magazine Spread Text Layout 6 Using Type Creatively Exploring Typography, Chapter 9 6-1 Final Project Milestone Three: Typographical Portrait 7 Typography in Illustrations
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  • Summer '17
  • Megan C. Honea
  • Typeface, Southern New Hampshire, Final Project Milestone, Disability Resource Center

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