EDC 534: Seminar in Digital Authorship

GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN DIGITAL LITERACY

It's time to register for EDC 534 Seminar in Digital Authorship. This fully-online graduate course will be taught by Renee Hobbs using an open-network learning environment, where we'll use Google Hangouts, Twitter, YouTube and other creative multimedia production platforms to integrate digital media, technologies and instructional strategies that enable students to be authors of their own learning. 

 

DATES: Course runs January 26 - May 2, 2015 

TIME: This is a fully-online course with optional, non-required Google Hangouts each Monday from 7 - 8 p.m.  

LOCATION: Take this class from the comfort of your home - all meetings, activities and work occurs online 

TUITION FEE: $1,923 for non-matriculating students (Special Programs). URI grad students can enroll in this course as an elective. Current students and others using assistantship funds may register for this course as an independent study course instead of a Special Programs course. Contact Christine Dolan (christine@mail.uri.eduin Special Programs for more information.

SYLLABUS AND COURSE HOME PAGE - Coming Soon! 

EDC 534 Seminar in Digital Authorship. This course includes a range of hands-on dynamic learning experiences that integrate digital media, technologies, and best practice strategies for teaching composition and authorship in a Web 2.0 world. 3 cr. Spring 2015 fully-online course with Professor Renee Hobbs. 

TO REGISTER FOR THIS COURSE

1. Fill out the PDF form attached (see top right in the yellow box) and return it via mail with tuition payment (check or money order) made out to the University of Rhode Island. Send to Special Programs, Room 208, Barbara Hogg, University of Rhode Island Feinstein Providence Campus, Providence RI 02903.

2. On January 20, you will receive an email from the instructor with details about how to participate in the first online class meeting, scheduled for Monday, January 26 at 7 p.m.

Learn more about the Graduate Certificate in Digital Literacy

Spring 2014 fully-online graduate course taught by Renee Hobbs