From Gerald R. Lucas
|NMAC 5108: Writing and Publishing in Digital Environments|
|Description||NMAC 5108 expands the definition of writing through the theory and practice of digital writing. It examines the evolution of writing and publishing in digital environments and its impact on personal, professional, and community-based projects. It prepares graduate students to analyze and solve design problems related to rhetorical delivery and content management in digital and online contexts. Individual and collaborative projects require students to work flexibly across various digital platforms.|
|Prerequisite||Meet Graduate Certificate Admissions Requirements or Permission of Graduate Program Coordinator.|
|Credit Hours||3 credits.|
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