EDU 932 Digital Multisensory Writing
This course will appraise the impact of ePublishing on learning communication and information transfer. Identify and examine the capabilities of ebook formats, understand the visualization of data and gain an understanding of copyright and publishing issues.
The course provides instruction in improving student writing in online and multimedia environments and thoughtfully incorporates digital writing into teaching. Digital writing challenges what counts as writing and reveals the gap between how writing works in the world and how we teach it in schools. Teachers will be introduced to digital technologies that enable students to write in more modes, such as image, sound and video and diverse genres. In addition, the course will encourage collaborative communication and feedback between students and their teachers during the writing process.
This course was previously titled "ePublishing."
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Enjoyed learning about the dynamic world of epublishing and possible contributions to existing school programs.M.M., Tech Specialist
I thought it was a valuable course that got more interesting and useful as the class went on.M.K., Elementary Teacher
Enjoyed being exposed to the different tools being used in epublishingC.L., Elementary Teacher
I learned some really cool things that I would have never realized were available.M.F., Elementary Teacher
I really enjoyed the class. I have several resources and ideas I am taking away from the course to use in my class next year!A.E., Special Education Teacher
I will be implementing a lot of the projects in my classesR.M.
This is an extremely relevant course.E.W., Language Arts Teacher
I learned there are a lot of quality ePublishing options. Course was very helpful in helping me accomplish my goal of learning about different techniques and ePub options.H.K., Librarian
Great class!K.B., Language Arts Teacher
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|Online||Oct 05, 2019 9:12 AM||Sep 25, 2019 9:12 AM||Fall|