ENGL 5463 - Rhetoric & Technology

Description
Prerequisite: graduate standing and permission of department. May be repeated once with change of content; maximum credit six hours. A graduate seminar designed to explore the impact of computer technology on rhetorical theory. Examines electronic literacy in terms of the following themes: history and writing technologies; the politics of writing instruction in computer-mediated classrooms; rhetoric and issues of difference; and intellectual property in a computer age. (Irreg.) 3.000 Credit hours 3.000 Lecture hours Levels: Graduate, Non-Degree, Undergraduate Schedule Types: Seminar English Department Course Attributes: Arts Science Course, Grad Arts Sci Course, Graduate level Course, Course meets Liberal Arts req, Norman Grad Div Crse, Dept/Instructor Permission Req
Credits
3
Attributes
Arts Science Course, Grad Arts Sci Course, Graduate level Course, Course meets Liberal Arts req, Norman Grad Div Crse, Dept/Instructor Permission Req
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Fall 2016
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