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AshleyA
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AshleyA
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Liberal Arts & Sciences

My Courses

ENG 1133 | Specialized Communication For Technology Students | Spring 2016

ENG 1133 | Specialized Communication For Technology Students | Spring 2016

“Academic as well as occupational writing such as lab reports and bids, emphasis on the documented report, summarizing material and writing letters. Written presentations frequently utilize visual aids such as graphics, maps and charts.”

ENG2720 Writing with New Media, SP2016

ENG2720 Writing with New Media, SP2016

In our “Writing with New Media” class, we will define what we mean by the term “new media,” learn a shared terminology for understanding new media, create deliverables with new media individually and collaboratively, and establish the foundation of your professional and technical writing online presence. More specifically, you will: • Experiment with new media communication technologies and articulate how they relate to traditional media technologies; • Develop literacies for reading, evaluating, and creating new media communications; • Collaborate and share your new media compositions within a supportive community of compositionists; • Build heuristics to enable your dynamic transition to learning new media technologies as they emerge, and • Integrate the composition process into your new media creation practices (drafting, revising, and reflection).

ENG 2720: Writing with New Media

ENG 2720: Writing with New Media

An exploration of the changing nature of composition practices and rhetorical strategies in the digital age. Students are introduced to a variety of digital writing platforms that expand communicative practices beyond print-based media. Taking advantage of the visual and interactive properties of computer-mediated communication, students consider the ways in which composition practices and rhetorical strategies are transformed in digital environments.

ENG3402 Vampires, SP2014

ENG3402 Vampires, SP2014

This class explores the origins and characteristics of the vampire figure in literature and folklore in order to trace the evolution of the vampire in 20th and 21st century American literature, film, and television.

SPE 1330: Effective Speaking

SPE 1330: Effective Speaking

SPE 1330 (Effective Speaking) is designed to achieve two broad aims. First, we seek to advance your knowledge of the public speaking process. We will accomplish this aim through a combination of written assignments that are designed to prepare you for public speaking situations. Second, the course is designed to strengthen your skills as a speaker. Your skills will be advanced through the active participation in a series of speaking assignments. Your skills and knowledge will grow as the semester unfolds. As a part of this process, you should begin to develop a positive attitude toward public speaking and your skills as a speaker. Following the completion of the course, we encourage you to build on your understanding of the public speaking process so that you can continue to develop as a speaker.

My Projects

AFR 3000 Black New York Research

AFR 3000 Black New York Research

This site supports student research projects in AFR 3000: Black New York.

My Clubs

College Affairs

College Affairs

College Affairs video journalism is a club at New York City College of Technology. We report and interview what students are doing around campus. College Affairs was created to give students information about City Tech and what the college has to offer. http://www.youtube.com/collegeaffairs