- Arola, Kristin L., Jennifer Sheppard, Cheryl E. Ball. Writer/Designer: A Guide to Making Multimodal Projects. (Bedford/St. Martin's, 2014) -- http://bit.ly/1tbI2aI
- Lunsford, Andrea et al. Everything’s an Argument. 6th ed. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2013. http://amzn.to/1ASxmoN
- Additional readings posted to the class website or to the course folder on Google Drive
Gaillet, Lynée, Angela Hall-Godsey and Jennifer L. Vala. Guide to First-Year Writing. 3rd Edition. Southlake, Texas: Fountainhead P, 2014. Print.
Required Materials and Tools
- Access to a laptop or desktop computer for daily use.
- Access to email on a daily basis.
- A Google account (You may use an existing account, or you may create an account just for use in this course).
- A Storify account (You may use an existing account, or you may create an account just for use in this course).
- Access to computer software and programs used for digital composition and editing (I am always able to recommend free or very low-cost open source alternatives to more expensive proprietary software such as Microsoft Office, InDesign, Photoshop, etc.)
- A blog site on sites.gsu.edu (for the final portfolio).
On Campus Learning and Tech Support
- The Writing Studio at Georgia State (http://www.writingstudio.gsu.edu/)
- Lynda.com (http://technology.gsu.edu/technology-services/it-services/training-and-learning-resources/lynda-com-training/)
- Georgia State Digital Aquarium Multimedia Lab (http://technology.gsu.edu/technology-services/it-services/labs-and-classrooms/innovative-academic-facilities/digital-aquarium/)