Typography is the most valuable communication and design element used to convey the text to the recipient and present it impressively. Developing technology has enabled the rapid expansion of the domain and boundaries of the term typography, which emerged with the invention of the printing press. Following this development and change in the field of typography is possible by increasing extracurricular activities in addition to course hours during the planned academic year. Workshops, an applied scientific teaching technique; It contributes to education with its critical, democratic, flexible, open to experimentation, process-oriented and collaborative structures. In this research, the contribution of the workshops to typography education is exemplified through the "Typography Workshop on Phobias" held with a group of 20 4th year students of the Graphics Department of Selçuk University, Faculty of Fine Arts. The workshop was completed in an 8-hour study period, 4 hours per week, over a 2-week period. The sample designs included in this study were randomly selected from 21 studies designed in the workshop. The selected typographic works are about pathological fears such as "Arithmophobia, Arachnophobia, Astraphobia, Apiphobia, Barophobia, Dinophobia, Megalaphobia, Microphobia, Nyctophobia, Obesophobia". It was observed that the typographic phobia posters produced quickly within the scope of the workshop in a short period of time informed the students about the effective, creative and appropriate use of typography in the context of the subject being studied. In this regard, it is recommended to include workshops in education where students-participants feel free, produce by sharing, discover new connections in creativity, experience and make original productions.
Keywords: Typography, Typography Education, Workshop