ENG/COM 367: WRITING & NEW MEDIA
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
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.
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(!)
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.