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ENGL 250H: Written, Oral, Visual and Electronic Composition

Journalism Learning Community Section

Course Information

ENGL 250 involves analyzing, composing, and reflecting on written, oral, visual, and electronic (WOVE) discourse within academic, civic, and cultural contexts. Emphasis on supporting a claim and using primary and secondary sources. Emphasis on argumentation: developing claims, generating reasons, providing evidence.

Instructor: Gene L. Newgaard
Email: newgaard@iastate.edu
Office Hours: See Syllabus
Course Materials: See Syllabus

 

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Library Workshops - Spring 2023

For Full List of Library Events Including Those Specific to Faculty, Grad Students & Staff, Please See The Library Events Calendar.

February 9: Thu, 2:10pm-3:25pm Digital Humanities 101: What is Digital Humanities? (In-Person)
February 15: Wed, 9:00am-10:00am Open Scholar Café: Impact of the OSTP Memo (Online)
February 16: Thu, 12:40pm-1:55pm Digital Humanities 101: Intro to Geospatial Humanities (In-Person)
February 23: Thu, 2:10pm-3:25pm Digital Humanities 101: Intro to Text Analysis (In-Person)
March 30: Thu, 2:10pm-3:25pm Enhance Your Narrative with Geospatial Data: Intro to StoryMap JS (In-Person)
March 30: Thu, 2:10pm-3:25pm Preserve Your Legacy: Recordkeeping 101 for Student Organizations (In-Person)
April 6: Thu, 12:40pm-1:55pm Digital Humanities 101: Data for Digital Humanities

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Iowa State University
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