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Last approved: Mon, 10 Jul 2017 08:03:08 GMT

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College of Professional Studies
Integrated Information, Science, and Technology (PSIS)
PSIS
2101
Writing and Communications and Media Relations I
Writing & Comm & Med Rel - I
Fall 2017
4
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The fundamentals of reading and writing with a clear sense of purpose and audience. How academic writing in virtually any subject area and on virtually any topic represents a formal engagement with larger scholarly debates. The writing process, including prewriting, drafting, and revision as well as basic research methods. Making clear oral presentations.
- Analyze writing samples and provide constructive peer feedback - Write a technical paper with a clear sense of purpose - Provide proper citation and use library resources effectively - Present their work in a clear and concise manner to their peers and communicate effectively with them
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