COLL 181 - JOURNALING AND CALLIGRAPHY
Long Title: BULLET JOURNALING AND MODERN CALLIGRAPHY
Department: College Courses
Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory
Language of Instruction: Taught in English
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 1
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Description: 1. Want to be more productive? Want better notes? Want to be more organized? Then bullet journaling might be your solution! De-stress. Procrastinate less. It’s possible.
A bullet journal can be used for memory-keeping, planning, scrapbooking, art practicing, etc. making it beyond just an average “dear diary” journal. This course will introduce the basics of bullet journaling and how to utilize your journal to create a functional, life-long keepsake while improving self-organization. Lessons on modern brush calligraphy and its styles are included to elevate set-ups. Traditionally calligraphy and different typographies are used in conjunction with bullet journaling to provide visually interesting headers and pages.
Work in real time with an instructor eager to pass down 7 years of experience. Additionally to tutorial style classes, you will be introduced to sources in the journaling community such as brands and influencers to trust. Students will create their own monthly spreads and learn to organize their daily goals using bullet journal founder Ryan Carroll’s “Bullet Journal Method” and plan productively with guidance from Jasmine Shao’s Plan with Me.
Everyone from new beginners to bujo experts are encouraged to join. The world of journaling and calligraphy is intimidating but through this class you can learn the many tools needed to make your journal the most helpful for you! How can bullet journaling serve your academic and artistic needs?