Digital Authorship EDC 534
This course introduces major theories of digital authorship as a pedagogical approach to digital literacy and includes a range of hands-on dynamic learning experiences that integrate digital media, technologies, and best practice strategies for teaching composition and authorship in a Web 2.0 world.
What You Need To Know
January 22 - April 29
Location: This is a fully-online asynchronous graduate course with 4 optional Zoom meetings during the semester.
Course cost. Approximately $2205 for 3 graduate credits from the University of Rhode Island. These credits are transferable to another institution or can be used to complete the Graduate Certificate in Digital Literacy, which is a 12-credit certificate program that can be taken over the course of 12 months.
Syllabus. See a sample syllabus from a previous year.
Sample Student Work Products: See examples of student work products here.
This graduate course uses create-to-learn pedagogies that introduce you to key themes and issues in digital and media literacy education
If you are not a URI student, you can take this class as a non-matriculated student by following these instructions.
If you are already a URI student, you can obtain a permission number here, by placing your name in the permission number you claim and using the usual enrollment procedures.
This course is required for the
Graduate Certificate in Digital Literacy, a 12-credit graduate certificate
offered by the University of Rhode Island.