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Re: How to find printing and book production programs?



On Tue, 12 Nov 1996 oakknoll@oakknoll.com wrote:

> Pardon the general post, I was wondering if anyone knew how to find academic
> programs in book printing and book production? Is there a handy directory or
> guide for this?
>
> Thanks!
>
> Esther C. Fan
> Oak Knoll Press, Publicity & Marketing Director
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hhmmmm....

        An easy and handy way to find out, I would say not.  However, if you
type in `book arts' at the search prompt on Netscape, you'll get information
on a number of the places around the country:  Alabama, Idaho, North
Bennet in Boston (more of a conservation and preservation school), etc...

        There are also classes at many schools taught through the art
departments (generally) that could get you started until you get into an
actual program.

Good luck, Michel

____________________________________________________________________
Michel Rogerson:  Utah native in tornado country !!
University of Nebraska, home of the Nat'l Champion Cornhuskers
Book Repair Specialist, Love Library bindery, Lincoln NE 68588-0410
work: (402) 472-2523
michaelr@unllib.unl.edu


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