Last Updated: May. 16, 2013
Writing and Gender I
Format: World Wide Web
Students will investigate the construction of gender in a variety of fiction and non-fiction works, through journals, critical analysis, web discussion, presentations for peers on the themes of the course, and original fiction and non-fiction. Students will be expected to share most of their work with their peers. This course qualifies as a research and writing course.
NOTE: This courses utilizes Elluminate Live!™, a real-time Web conferencing application. Participation is mandatory, session times will be announced at a later date.
Technical Requirements: To participate effectively and successfully in this course you must have access to or own a computer that has a PC headset with microphone and meets or exceeds the following requirements:
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