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Samantha
Major Program of Study
Professional and Technical Writing
Academic interests

Digital Media, Editing, Creative Design, Communications

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Managing Editor of the college paper, New Tech Times

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My Courses

ENG3790 Spring 2017

ENG3790 Spring 2017

ENG3790

ENG 1101-LC58 English Comp 1 Fall 2016

ENG 1101-LC58 English Comp 1 Fall 2016

This course introduces academic reading and college essay writing skills. Our Learning Communities material is themed Emotions 101: Learning to Navigate the Challenges of College and Life will offer readings, writing assignments, and a shared movie, enabling students to identify stresses in their own lives, recognize stresses they share with other students entering college, and collaboratively develop effective coping skills to address them.

ENG 2700, Intro to PTW, Fall 2015

ENG 2700, Intro to PTW, Fall 2015

Introduction to Professional and Technical Writing (ENG 2700), surveys a broad range of issues related to the domains of professional and technical writing. Students will be introduced to the central issues, debates, and methods from both fields; consideration will be given to the ways in which traditional forms of technical and professional writing have evolved alongside technologies.

Introduction to Language and Technology

Introduction to Language and Technology

An introduction to the relationship between language and technology by reviewing the history of various technologies of the world, including writing, printing, and digital media. The course explores the history of rhetoric and its relationship to traditional, print-based technologies, as well as new forms and meanings of digital literacy.

ENG3760 Digital Storytelling, SP2016

ENG3760 Digital Storytelling, SP2016

In our “Digital Storytelling” class, we will define what we mean by “digital storytelling,” learn terminology for understanding digital storytelling, create digital storytelling deliverables individually and collaborative, and develop your professional and technical writing portfolios with curated examples of your work. More specifically, you will: • Explore what theories and strategies of digital storytelling; • Create digital storytelling artifacts using a range of new media technologies; • Tell fictional and nonfictional stories through engaging multimodal artifacts and interactive new media; • Develop literacies for engaging, deciphering, evaluating, and creating digital storytelling artifacts; • Collaborate, cooperate, and share your digital storytelling artifacts within a supportive discourse community; • Build heuristics to enable your dynamic transition to learning other digital storytelling technologies as they emerge; and • Integrate the composition process into your digital storytelling practices (drafting, revising, and reflection).

My Projects

FYLC – First Year Learning Communities

FYLC – First Year Learning Communities

Welcome to the First Year Learning Communities Open Lab page. Here you can find information about Learning Communities, the Peer Mentors, college resources and information about our events.

The Buzz

The Buzz

Welcome to The Buzz, a project by your student community team. The Buzz is student blogging site dedicated to all things CityTech–from how to handle the pressures of school, to what movies to see. At least one of our student writers will post something every weekday, so check back often to join the discussion! And be sure to join the project to get regular updates!

The Inner Buzz

The Inner Buzz

A space for The Buzz Team to share, plan and be great!

The GMO Project

The GMO Project

Collectively working to uncover the real truth about GMO’s

My Clubs

The PTW Writers

The PTW Writers

The page dedicated to the newly forming PTW club at NYCCT