Gather Your Facts Compile detailed information about the subject of your brochure. Remember to paraphrase…do not plagiarize. Keep accurate records of sources used. Highlight the strong points of this promotional material.
Pictures.. Use pictures but remember the copyright guidelines for school projects. Pictures: Use no more that 5 pictures from one photographer or artist or no more than 10% of images published, whichever is less. Be sure to site your source for images as well. Site your source for your pictures.
Panels of the Brochure The first panel which is on the front should have the name of your product, organization or theme. Interior pages or panels should have relevant information. Use buletted points, lists, pictures, and testimonials
Back Panel Include references to people who can be contacted about your brochure. Include references to the contents of the brochure. Include books, websites, pictures and the location of the information. Readers may desire to follow up on the information in your brochure.
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