Brochure fastback details
A glued brochure or a fastback is often used by businesses to bind efficiently a presentation, a training or a course. Students however use is frequently to bind their thesis, mémoire, piece of writing essay or dissertation.
The glued brochure or fastback is a book of several pages, digitally printed or copied. The glued brochure is not constraint by the number of pages (one does not need a multiple of four), this in contrast to the booklet. The pages of the brochure can be printed on one side (1 page per sheet) or both sides of a sheet (2 pages per sheet). The number of sheets determine how large the glued band (strip) must be the.
This determines the price. The color of the glued band can be chosen. The most common color is black. We recommend to stay within 400 pages when using a fastback system. Directly after printing the fastback can be placed and an order from one copy on can be delivered in one day.
Often a plastic is placed in the front and or in the back of a glued brochure to protect the inner sheets. For improving the rigidity of the fastback a carton can be added in the front and or back of the brochure. Mos used sizes in fastback style are A4 portrait or landscape, A5 portrait or landscape and A3 landscape. Intermediate sizes are also possible. The fastback has a very good price – quality coefficient.
In French culture, the word mémoire, as in un mémoire (the word has no direct English translation) is used for a (usually short and incisive) piece of writing allowing the author to show his or her opinion on a given subject, logically approaching a series of facts in order to arrive at a recommendation or conclusion. In English it can be deemed a form of essay. An essay is a piece of writing which is often written from an author’s personal point of view. A “maîtrise” (now called Master 1) student’s work, if it was original research, could not be called a thesis, for the student generally did not invent a concept or a new theory at this level.
The term “mémoire” thus often came to be used, as it fitted this subject well – showing a fact, research, in a relatively boiled-down format. The pursuit of apprenticeships in research work involved students in editing a “second mémoire”, at Master 2 (formerly DEA) level, often as a feasibility study for a full thesis. This too was of quite a boiled-down format and showed the tools which would eventually allow the student to set out on a thesis.
A dissertation or thesis is a document submitted in support of candidature for an academic degree or professional qualification presenting the author’s research and findings. In some countries/universities, the word “thesis” or a cognate is used as part of a bachelor’s or master’s course, while “dissertation” is normally applied to a doctorate, while in others, the reverse is true.The word dissertation can at times be used to describe a treatise without relation to obtaining an academic degree. The term thesis is also used to refer to the general claim of an essay or similar work.