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

Subject: On-line undergraduate and graduate courses now enrolling for summer semester
From: Online <online -at- UC -dot- SYR -dot- EDU>
Date: Tue, 7 Apr 1998 16:57:15 -0400

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.



ETS200/400 -- Online Fiction Workshop

Syracuse University is pleased to offer ?Online Fiction Workshop"
on-line this
summer semester through Syracuse University Continuing Education (SUCE)
OnLine.
This is an intensive workshop in the art and craft of writing fiction,
primarily the short story. You read the work of other writers in this
cyberspace class, as well as the work of more established
contemporary writers. Course work is distributed and discussed via
E-mail. Students write two or three short stories, with extensive
revisions.

For additional information about this course, or other courses
offered this summer 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!


ETS400-- The New Literature: A Hypertext Fiction & Poetry Workshop

Syracuse University is pleased to offer ?The New Literature: A
Hypertext Fiction &
Poetry Workshop" on-line this summer semester through Syracuse
University
Continuing Education (SUCE) OnLine.
An exploration of the new medium of narrative and verse at the
computer terminal. Primary focus is on the students' 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 texts, achieving written structures relevant to
hypertext, introducing images, audio, and video into writing. Students
should have familiarity with Netscape and E-mail.

For additional information about this course, or other courses
offered this summer 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!


PHI 171 -- Critical Thinking

Syracuse University is pleased to offer ?Critical Thinking" on-line this
summer
semester through Syracuse University Continuing Education (SUCE) OnLine.

Whether you are watching the television, reading a newspaper or
book, talking to a co-worker, or attending a class, usually some
person or institution is trying to influence your beliefs, attitudes, or

actions. Our general concern in this course will be to understand the
critical skills that are needed in making effective decisions about what

to believe and what to do, so that we may have more control over how
we respond to these influences. The course will cover general
standards for acquiring or changing belief, by means of exploring the
nature of justification and or giving reasons. Among topics to be
explored: how are beliefs justified, how do we tell whether an
explanation is the best one available, and how can we find alternative
explanations of what we observe.

For additional information about this course, or other courses
offered this summer 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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