ENG 618: Public Digital Rhetorics
Public digital rhetorics reconceptualize notions of what constitutes authority and authorship and what defines audience/readership, contest public and private boundaries, and revise hierarchical, linear, monologic patterns of thinking. Composing, reading, and interacting with digital media (e.g., blogs, vlogs, social media) changes not only how we communicate and relate with people, but also how we think.
Please review the syllabus for full course information.
This is an online synchronous course that meets Monday evenings from 5-7:45 pm Central / 6-8:45 pm Eastern.
Term: This is a Full Semester course. Participants may register for one Full Semester course OR one course each in Winter/Spring I and Winter/Spring II.
Prerequisite: Bachelor’s degree with 2.5 GPA; qualified to teach content area
Semester: Winter/Spring 2023 – Full Semester
Instructor: Dr. Kristin LaFollette
Graduate Credits: 3
Dates: 1/9/23 – 5/5/23
Course meets Monday evenings
5-7:45 Central / 6-8:45 pm Eastern
Format: Online Synchronous
Graduate Certificate Available: Yes
Master’s Completion Pathway: No
Related Courses by Institution
ENG 617 Professional and Technical Writing (Summer 2021)
ENG 512 Advanced Academic Writing (Fall 2021)
ENG 636 Multiethnic American Literature (Winter/Spring 2022)
ENG 644 Literature: Theory and Pedagogy in Higher Education (Summer 2022)
ENG 501 Information Literacy Research (Fall 2022)
ENG 618 Public Digital Rhetorics (Winter/Spring 2023)