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WRIT 106. Writing Workshop. 3 Credit Hours.

In Writing Workshop students will engage with one another as a collaborative of writers. Focusing on the practice of writing as a process, the course will familiarize students with the conventions and challenges of specific rhetorical situations. Students will develop transferable strategies for effectively accessing, interpreting, evaluating and presenting information with an awareness of purpose and context. Along with fostering writing competencies and a capacity for inquiry and analysis, the course will require students to reflect upon their experiences as a writer and participants in various learning communities. Students will learn to recognize writing as a value-laden ethical enterprise, a means of self-exploration, self-definition and self-expression.
Session Cycle: Fall, Spring
Yearly Cycle: Annual.