EDUTL 1901

EDU T&L 1901 ( Advanced English as a Second Language – 3 credit hours)

The course will introduce undergraduate students to composing for a variety of rhetorical purposes, while carefully considering the concepts of audience, purpose, and context in their work and the work of others. It will encourage students to value peer feedback and take responsibility for their own learning rather than viewing the instructor as the sole source of information in the course.  Students will gain practice identifying and using appropriate information and digital tools for composing multi-media content for sharing in digital environments. The course will also introduce students to their rights and responsibilities for creating and borrowing intellectual property.

The 1901 course is offered online in Summer 2016.