writing, research & Technology
Prerequisites: CCII, 60 credits, and completion of or concurrent enrollment in Introduction to Writing Arts
Produced by Devon James
The official Rowan catalog entry for this course can be found here.
This course presents the rhetorical, social, and practical dimensions of writing and researching in networked contexts. Students focus both on the roles an individual creates and maintains when writing for different cybermedia formats and the kinds of conventions that exist in systems like the World Wide Web, listservs, e-mail, and hypertext. A web-based research project in a concentrated area of writing for a particular electronic community demonstrates students' ability to communicate on line.
3.00 Credit Hours