ENG/COM 367: WRITING & NEW MEDIA

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In this practicum, we explore advanced new media composing through acquaintance with the Adobe Suite

THE/COM 235: ORAL INTERPRETATION OF LITerature

Students in this course learn to select, interpret, arrange, and perform literature from a variety
of genres (prose, poem, drama). We discuss... 

authenticity, acting techniques, ethics of interpretation, audience analysis, and identity.

COM 225: STRATEGIC WRITING
FOR COMMUNICATION 

English and Communication 367 (Writing and New Media) syllabus
English and Communication 367 (Writing and New Media) syllabus

ENG/COM 323: DIGITAL STORYTELLING

Students in this course survey approaches to and genres of writing in the Communication discipline: PR and journalism, marketing and advertising, and business and professional writing. We also think critically about the grammars of technical writing and of cultural rhetorics.

Communication 324 (Digital Storytelling) syllabus
Communication 101 (Introduction to Public Speaking) syllabus
Communication 225 (Strategic Writing) syllabus
Communication 225 (Strategic Writing) syllabus

COM 190: NEW MEDIA AND DIGITAL CULTURE

This intro class mixes theory and practice to think critically about our media-saturated culture. We read and write digital communications, discuss identity issues, and assess how communication does and doesn't work in digital spaces. 

COM 101: INTRODUCTION TO

Public speaking is a mega important skill, so this
intro class dives into the basics of speech writing
and giving: public narrative, informative, and
persuasive genres... We also learn about public speaking occasions in our digital culture.

And stay tuned for my forthcoming courses(!)

Communication 190 (New Media and Digital Culture) syllabus

COM 330: SPEECH WRITING

COM 310: RHETORICAL CRITICISM

We create photo essays and PechaKucha; podcasts and audio essays; vlogs, films, and documentaries.
In order to succeed, we have to study what makes a good story good (and vice versa), how remix culture impacts storytelling, and of course audience analysis.