Ian Baitz is an Associate Professor in Graphic Communications Management at Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada and a former secondary school classroom teacher.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Creating Customised Textbooks Using Variable Data Printing to Engage Readers by Reducing Biases

Variable data printing affords the ability to customise graphic and textural content. It enables the reduction of cultural, geographic, social, national, and socio-economic biases, thereby creating more engaging textbooks.

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Non-Impact Digital Technologies vs. Conventional Offset Lithography in Book Printing: Quality, Cost and Production Efficiency

An exploration of two common book printing processes, with emphasis on quality and cost. Process and run length trends are examined. Relevant mathematical equations are also presented.

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Concept Mapping in the Online Learning Environment: A Proven Learning Tool is Transformed in a New Environment

Concept maps are learning diagrams rooted in constructivist theory. This paper presents techniques for student-centered, activity-based concept mapping in both classroom and online learning environments.

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