Professor McNely joins us this fall studying how people work and interact. He researches professional writing in digital environments, tracing the writing that people do in order to find out how they get things done, how they make meaning from the work they do, and how they share that meaning with others.
Some ideas for creating your own 110 projects
Written texts, YouTube videos, podcasts - these are all means of communicating ideas to others. Craig Crowder is a graduate student in the Department of English and teaches Composition & Communication classes, WRD 110 & 111. In this podcast, Crowder discusses ways to engage students via multimedia projects, and his research, which examines social movement rhetoric in a society that uses multiple modes of communication.
The Hive is the College of Arts & Sciences' newly unified team of both creative and technical services. This provides A&S with support for web and print media projects, public relations, and computing and informational services. This interview is with Jonathon Spalding, a writer for A&S within the Hive.
This podcast was produced by Sam Burchett.
WHAT: Community Day of Writing at the Lexington Farmers Market
WHERE: Victorian Square
WHEN: Saturday, Feburary 11, 8:00a.m. - 1:00p.m.
Students in the UK College of Arts & Sciences will be recording oral histories and scanning photos, posters, and any other memorabilia from Lexington Farmers Market supporters. Drop by the atrium at Victorian Square between 8:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. to share your memories or your memoriabilia with student oral historians. Help preserve the community's memories of the Lexington Farmers Market. For more information contact Professor Jenny Rice at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jenny Rice studies rhetoric: the art and science of effective persuasion and communication. In this podcast, Rice discusses rhetoric's past, its place in an institution like the University of Kentucky, and its importance in an age of text messages, e-mails, and widespread access to digital devices.
This podcast was produced by Stephen Gordinier.
WRD 111 is the second course in the composition & communication sequence at UK. In this class, students compose written, spoken, and multimedia arguments about public issues. In this podcast, one group on their WRD 111 experience at the end of the semester. Students Bailey Ubellacker, Jenny Wu, Daniel Moreland, Jake Persky, and Cameron Sallee talk about what they enjoyed the most and what skills they will take away from this challenging course.