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2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ENG 493 - Online Practicum


Description:
Practical application of multi-modal writing and editing skills.

Prerequisites:
Prerequisites: ENG 301 and ENG 303 and ENG 323 and permission of instructor.

Credits: (3-5)

Learner Outcomes, Activities and Assessments

Learner Outcome

Activity (optional)

Assessment

Demonstrate multi-modal writing and editing skills.

Students will learn relevant multi-modal writing skills, such as html, other mark-up languages, or other relevant multi-modal publishing technologies.

Graded major project, quizzes, or exams.

Apply multi-modal writing and editing skills in a multi-genre publishing context.

Students will use relevant writing and/or markup technologies to prepare writing for online publishing.

Graded major project.

Collaboratively plan a large-scale multimodal publishing project.

Students will work together to identify needed materials, technologies, and platforms to complete a publishing project showcasing the work of themselves and/or others.

Graded assignments such as project proposal and/or plans.

Demonstrate multi-modal collaboration skills to support the creation, design, and editing of student writing for an online audience.

Students will participate in online discussions and activities involved in completing a course-long project to disseminate writing to a broad, online audience.

Graded online discussions and activities.

Evaluate and revise writing from a wide range of professional and creative genres.

Students will participate in peer review workshops with each other’s work, and/or will work in an editorial capacity with work submitted by contributors from outside the course.

Graded peer review activities.

Apply knowledge of writing as appropriate to professional and publishing contexts.

Students will write a wide variety of documents, including emails, memos, proposals, and discussion posts.

Graded assignments and discussions.





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