ENG658 Computers and Composition
Lead Faculty: Dr. Franz J Potter
This course focuses on the history, theory, and pedagogical applications of digital composition. It introduces students to the sub-discipline of Computers and Composition, exploring its development and the central issues, questions, and practices with which it is concerned.
- Identify and explain the central issues and practices, past and present, in the sub-discipline of Computers and Composition.
- Analyze digital rhetoric in relation to traditional rhetorical modes and practices.
- Demonstrate understanding of the major theories behind electronically-based post-secondary composition pedagogies.
- Exhibit competence across a range of digital tools and web-based applications.
- Develop strategies for teaching writing with digital technologies in post-secondary composition courses.