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MERLOT II


    

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3988

by Ros Woodhouse
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Description:

Learning resources for course

Course:

3988

Learning Outcomes:

Goal: Become more effective in research and writing for advanced levels of university study.

 Expand and strengthen ability to deploy a repertoire of acdemic literacies required to conduct and communicate research.

 Engage in constructive academic discourses with colleagues

Demonstrate a critical perspective on the conventions of writing/research in academic contexts

 Demonstrate an increase in the level of your autonomy as a researcher.

Pedagogy Approach:

Inquriy

Assessment Methodology:

Mixed methods determined in collaboration with students, aligned with learning outcomes.

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1.

Methods of Discovery: A Guide to Research Writing


Added 09/13/2012

Possible course 'text' reader

2.

Writing Spaces: Readings on Writing, Volume 1


Added 09/13/2012

Source of readings and skill-related info.

NB chs on navigating genres, what is academic writing, back packs vs briefcases: steps toward rhetorical analysis, and 2 articles on collaborative writing.

3.

Exploring Perspectives: A Concise Guide to Analysis


Added 09/13/2012

How to write an analytical essay

4.

Super Research Idea Generator! App for iOS


Added 09/13/2012

Brainstorming app for developing discussion/ research questions

5.

Expanding Composition Audiences with Podcasting


Added 09/13/2012

excellent examples of assignments and podcasts, explores various uses of podcasting that effectively engage different audiences in three major sites of composition: the classroom, the writing center, and the professional composition conference. Podcasts give students a new way to receive and present information and can engage students in the material by allowing them to be active composers in an emerging technology

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