Subject: Introduction to Graphic Technology (17 - F201)

Basic Information

Scientific or art field:Grafičko inženjerstvo
Native organizations units

Chair of Graphic Engineering and Design
Course specification

Course is active from 01.10.2004..

The objective of the course is to enables students to acquire knowledge in the field of graphic technologies. Through the course students get acquainted with graphic technologies and acquire the necessary basic knowledge in the field of pre-press, press (printing techniques), finishing processes, materials in the graphics industry. The student learns to understand the problems from the given area and to identify them, formulate and suggest possible solutions.
Upon completion of the course, students acquire knowledge necessary for understanding graphic technologies and can apply them in the field of pre-press, design, printing, graphic materials. After this course, the student is acquainted with the concepts of graphic pre-press, printing techniques, post-press and graphic materials. Acquired knowledge enables understanding of complex processes concerning graphics technologies and graphic processes. They will be used in future professional work as well as further education with special importance in the print and post-press courses.
Graphic technologies, basic notions, classifications. Historical development. Development of writing, writing substrates and writing means. Phases in graphic production, mechanization and automation of graphic processes. Prepress graphic production. Manufacture of setting, hand-made and machine setting. Photo and computer setting. Text and image preparation and processing. Basic graphic production. Materials in graphic industry. Reproduction fundamentals. Quality control. Ergonomics. Environmental protection. Basic mechanical principles of printing. Printing forms, basic notions. Postpress and finishing.
Teaching is performed by using the contemporary didactic means and methods, interactively in the form of lectures and computer classes. At lectures, theoretical content is presented and accompanied by examples and solution simulations for better understanding of the content matter. Computer work is organized as complementary to the skills of graphic technologies, using adequate vector oriented software, while laboratory work is for practical application of the acquired knowledge on the available laboratory equipment. Apart from lectures and practice, consultations are held regularly.
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Course activity Pre-examination ObligationsNumber of points
Computer excersise defenceYesYes20.00
Written part of the exam - tasks and theoryNoYes40.00
Lecture attendanceYesYes5.00
Computer exercise attendanceYesYes5.00
Oral part of the examNoYes30.00
Name and surnameForm of classes
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Novaković Dragoljub
Full Professor

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Dedijer Sandra
Associate Professor

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Đurđević Stefan
Assistant Professor

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Maričić Katarina
Assistant - Master

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Gvoka Teodora
Teaching Associate

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Fijat Igor
Teaching Associate

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Petrović Saša
Asistent sa doktoratom

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