Most people know how to put writing on the web. Students in Craig’s 369 learn to write for the web. To understand the distinction between
Craig’s “Rhetoric in a Digital Age” focused on mobile apps as persuasive texts–an issue that’s received some cultural attention through documentaries like The Social Dilemma.
Using a multiple research methods, students in Chris Warnick’s ENGL 316: Writing and Literacy developed white papers detailing the current realities of digital literacies among
In Chris Warnick’s ENGL 225, students produced feature articles based on their study of Threshold Concepts.
It’s often the case that WRP students will produce eportfolios as part of their coursework. Depending on which courses a WRP student takes and what
In Craig’s Sp’ 20 section of ENGL 225: Intro to Writing Studies, students began to hone a new writing and design skill. They drafted and
In Craig’s Sp ’20 section of ENGL 310: Theories of Teaching Writing, students completed a series of remediation projects. There were two major concepts in
As a culminating project in Writing for the Web, students developed search-engine optimized listening guides for their podcast series. When composing their listening guides, students
As a final project in a section of Craig’s ENGL 225: Intro to Writing Studies, students produced case studies on a writer or writing-related phenomena.
As a final project Craig’s section of ENGL 334: Technical Writing, students produced eporfolios wherein they represented who they are and what they could do