If you are a student in one of my classes, you can access course materials and participate in online activities at my Moodle site, The Hub. Moodle is an open source content management system that many educators prefer to proprietary systems such as Blackboard. This Fall 2013 I teach the following:
ENG 310 Writing II Writing for Graduate and Professional Schools
Prerequisite: ENG 110 and 45 hours. General Education Course (Basic Required Courses). Instruction and practice in advanced writing and research for students who plan to pursue post-graduate or professional degrees in a variety of disciplines. Practice in writing documented essays, letters of application, admission essays, and vitae.
ENG 551 (651 for graduate credit) Preparation for Literary Publication
Prerequisite: ENG 303; and ENG 315 or ENG 325. Practical experience with literary journals in regards to submitting and publishing creative work. Students will be introduced to various aspects of the literary market and other opportunities for creative writers, such as conferences and writing workshops. Students will learn about the publishing process through current projects from University publications. Includes preparing their own creative work for submission and publication.
ENG 710 Seminar: Fiction
Significant genres, authors, and developments in prose fiction. May be repeated to a total of 9 hours if topic is different. Topic this semester is Post/Postmodernism in Science Fiction/Fantasy.