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Molly E. Daniel
Assitant Professor of Rhetoric and Composition
University of North Georgia, Gainesville
ENC2135: Research, Genre, and Context
ENC 2135 is the second of two required composition courses at Florida State University. While continuing to stress the importance of critical reading, writing, and thinking skills emphasized in ENC 1101, as well as the importance of using writing as a recursive process involving invention, drafting, collaboration, revision, rereading, and editing to clearly and effectively communicate ideas for specific purposes, occasions, and audiences, ENC 2135 focuses on teaching students research skills that allow them to effectively incorporate outside sources in their writing and to compose in a variety of genres for specific contexts. This version focuses upon composing in digital spaces.
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