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From Gerald R. Lucas
|CRN||Class||Name||Meeting Day and Time||Room|
|20866||ENGL 2111.11||World Literature 1||MW 11-12:15||TEB-205|
|20160||NMAC 4460.01||Senior Seminar: New Media||MW 9:30-10:45||COAS-120|
|21482||NMAC 5108.01||Writing and Publishing in Digital Environments||Online, 2nd Session||-|
- Student FAQ answers some general questions students often ask.
- Humanities Basics provides an overview for college students in the liberal arts.
- Online Basics gives online students a place to begin work.
- Blogging: Some Considerations outlines strategies for writing for the screen.
- Choosing a Focus for Your Blog explains the importance of focus in writing online.
- Digital Citation explains how to cite sources in digital documents when another style is not obvious.
- Link Logic is a guide for using hyperlinks in your writing.
- Considerations for Online Courses outlines what to expect in an online course.
- Academic Forum Posts outlines the expected use of forums and discussions.
- Research & Response argues that no writing is ever complete without credible sources.
- Editor's Checklist should be consulted for typical writing errors.
- Writing in the Liberal Arts discusses common conventions for academic writing.
- Reader-Response Criticism suggests a subjective way of understanding and writing about literature.
- How to Do Well in My Class offers some friendly advice.
Applicable policies will also appear on course syllabi.