On-line undergraduate and graduate courses now enrolling for spring semester

Subject: On-line undergraduate and graduate courses now enrolling for spring semester
From: OnLine at SUCE <online -at- UC -dot- SYR -dot- EDU>
Date: Mon, 15 Dec 1997 02:44:40 -0500

> Syracuse University, a pioneer in distance education, has offered
> limited-residency degree programs since 1966. As a further innovation
> in providing quality educational experiences to distant students,
> students who cannot attend class for a variety of reasons, Syracuse?s
> Continuing Education Division has begun to offer a select number of
> purely online courses each term, in cutting-edge subjects not readily
> available from other web sources, taught by the same faculty who teach
> the courses on campus.
>
> Announcement for ETS400 -- The New Literature: A Hypertext Fiction
> and Poetry Workshop
>
> Syracuse University is pleased to offer "The New Literature: A Hypertext
> Fiction and
> Poetry Workshop" on-line this spring semester through Syracuse
> University Continuing Education (SUCE) OnLine. This course is an
> exploration of the new medium of narrative and verse at the computer
> terminal. The primary focus is on the student's development of
> coherent hypertext multimedia stories or poems-- working to define an
> art form at the cutting edge. Concepts include ideas about video games
> as narrative text, achieving written structures relevant to hypertext,
> introducing images, audio and video in writing. Students should have
> familiarity with Netscape and E-mail.
>
> For additional information about this course, or other courses
> offered this spring through Syracuse University Continuing Education
> Online, visit our web site at www.suce.syr.edu/online/
>
> Please pass this notice onto your colleagues and friends. Thank you!
>
> Announcement for ETS 400-2/600-1 The English Language: Strategies for
> Effective Communication
>
> Syracuse University is pleased to offer "The English Language:
> Strategies for
> Effective Communication" on-line this spring semester through Syracuse
> University Continuing Education (SUCE) OnLine. This course is an
> opportunity to
> understand the complex ways in which language works, as well as to
> improve
> written/oral communication skills via the office or home computer.
> Participants will
> -- learn the fascinating history, variety, and politics of ?standard?
> English
> grammar and usage.
> -- understand and use skillfully the language/communication ?codes? of
> various discourse communities.
> -- understand how language embeds attitudes toward gender and race,
> and encodes
> power relationships.
> -- practice rhetorical analysis in several venues such as business,
> the professions,
> and various forms of popular culture.
> -- learn strategies for effective communication of complex
> information.
>
> This course features development of a knowledge base as well as multiple
> practical assignments.
>
> For additional information about this course, or other courses
> offered this spring through Syracuse University Continuing Education
> Online, visit our web site at www.suce.syr.edu/online/
>
> Please pass this notice onto your colleagues and friends. Thank you!
>

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