WRTG 354W - Digital Writing [GEWI]
How has technology historically shaped writing practices, and how does technology continue to shape new and evolving writing practices? In this writing intensive course, students study a history of writing practices, how genres are implicated and shaped by digital technologies, and the implications of multimodality in the composing process.
Projects can include literacy narratives; genre analyses of digital texts; multimodal projects (that include text, video, images, and audio); and writing and publishing with digital tools.
Credit 3 hrs Normal (A-F)
May not be repeated for additional credit
Prerequisites - WRTG 121 , ACT English Exam sub-score > 29, or SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing sub-score > 670
Other Restrictions -
Restriction by Major -
Restriction by Class - Undergraduate standing
Keywords: writing , Writing Intensive (GEWI)
Equivalent Courses: WRTG 354, ENGL 354
Updates: Change to prerequisites and class-level restrictions 3/2019’, Change to title and description 10/2018, effective Fall 2019; Change to description 10/2017, effective Winter 2018; Change to number and approved for GEWI 5/2017, effective Fall 2017; Change to prefix 10/2013, effective Summer 2014
Winter 2021 Course Sections
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