Nicole Swain, Be Happy :)

Show what you have to offer with a college prospectus

Posted on: March 14, 2013

Prospectuses at all levels for education institutions can be accessed and published in two ways. Firstly there is the much trusted and conventional way of physical copies presenting the College in this instance as a brochure type document commonly seen with all prospectuses nowadays.

 

The advantage of physical copies is the reader can see the aesthetics of the institution which are brought to life physically rather than digitally on screen. Also the information regarding the college is bundled into one so the information can be accessed in the same prospectus. There are flaws with physical copies though and physical copies are substantially much more expensive to produce  than digital prospectuses.

Interactive/digital prospectuses are fast becoming the norm in the way prospectuses can be distributed nowadays. On the official site of a college for example, the prospectus more likely than not will be available for viewing or download from there. There is also the option to order a prospectus generally for free from the site more often than not. Interactive prospectuses can be interacted in much easier ways than physical copies as at the click of the mouse; readers can flick through pages to what he/she wants to see.

 

The prospectuses sell what is on offer ultimately whether digital or physical, the benefit of having both is that colleges can cater universally for people who want to interact in either fashion. Having this flexibility and also employing both means that readers can gain prospectuses easily.

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