- Meeting Time: M 6:00-8:00pm
- Location: Humanities Classroom 416
- Instructor Office Hours: MW 3:35-5:00pm, Humanities Office Building 222
- Contact by Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This course provides students with extensive critical examination of multimodality—the employment of multiple and diverse modes for communicative purposes, e.g. text, speech, image, video, sound, gesture, performance—as it relates to composition pedagogy and its praxis. Students will engage conversations in composition scholarship, responding to, experimenting with, and developing proposals for the incorporation of multimodal activity and expression into a variety of composition courses.