Writing, Rhetoric, and Publication at CofC

Official page of CofC's Writing, Rhetoric, and Publication program, a program that emphasizes writing for public and professional purposes and audiences.

Mission: The Writing, Rhetoric, and Publication minor and concentration combine traditional approaches to writing and editing with new approaches made available by visual and digital media. The program provides students with knowledge and experiences that are integral to professional and civic life in the 21st Century: the ability to create different kinds of texts for a variety of audiences in a variety of media.

How do our favorite digital technologies shape how we love, communicate, shop, and die?

What do all of the job ads talk about content? And what does content-work involve?

Two Fall 2020 courses are taking up these questions. More info on the WRP blog!

https://bit.ly/2HWAyrP

How do our favorite digital technologies shape how we love, communicate, shop, and die?

What do all of the job ads talk about content? And what does content-work involve?

Two Fall 2020 courses are taking up these questions. More info on the WRP blog!

https://bit.ly/2HWAyrP

Carolina Bowen, one of our WRP concentrators. Also has a little bit of a side gig--OK, more than a side gig. Read her feature in College Today to learn more about how coursework in Writing, Rhet, Publishing/ENGL transfers to small business ownership http://bit.ly/2FB92OY

Calling WRP Students, especially those who have taken Writing for the Web and/or Technical Writing, check out the WRP blog for info about two local writing gigs. One for a technical writers and one for a digital campaign analyst.

Thanks to everyone who attended last night's first Spring Workshop. If you couldn't attend, workshop materials are available through the WRP blog: http://blogs.cofc.edu/wrp/2019/02/07/wrp-css-html-workshop/

Thinking ahead, what writing technology would you like to learn about next?

Today! In Maybank 220 @6PM! The Spring '19 WRP Workshop on HTML + CSS. All are welcome regardless of dept or major or minor. Come to learn how to exert more control over your web writing. Take control over your layouts and break your templates. http://blogs.cofc.edu/wrp/2019/02/07/wrp-css-html-workshop/

Feb 20. 6:00 PM. Maybank 220. Learn how to customize web templates and get images and text to stay where you want it to with a little HTML and CSS know-how. Also learn a little bit about from-scratch web authoring. More info on the WRP blog. Link in the description

Tired of writing in the boxes that templates give you? Or tired of feeling obliged to choosing a particular template? A little knowledge in HTML and CSS can go a long way in exerting more control over your web writing. Join us for the WRP Spring Workshop on 2/20. ALL ARE WELCOME!

FEBRUARY 20 at 6PM! WRP's first Spring Workshop, "Writing with HTML and CSS." Bring a laptop and a friend and learn some skills to gain a competitive edge as a web author. More information available on the WRP blog (link in the bio). ALL ARE WELCOME!

February 20 at 6PM, WRP will deliver a workshop, "Writing with HTML and CSS." Designed for those inexperienced in HTML and CSS, attendees will gain a competitive edge as web authors. ALL ARE WELCOME! More information available here: http://ow.ly/j2L250kOZhA

February 20th 5PM, the Writing Rhetoric, and Publication program (WRP) is hosting its first Spring Workshop, USING HTML AND CSS TO WRITE ONLINE. Attendees will learn some HTML and CSS and then use that knowledge to design a webpage and customize a web template. ALL ARE WELCOME

Today! The first WRP Town Hall, Maybank 111 at 3:30. Free pizza, Q&A, discussion about a possible editing/publishing club; discussion about a software workshop in Spring '19. We're new, so we can do whatever we want. What would you like to know and do as WRP minors/concentrators?

Today! at 3:30 in Maybank 111: the first ever WRP Town Hall. Lots to figure out. Do we want to eat this pizza? Do we want a club, about what (editing/publishing, writing, rhetoric)? What to do at the Spring Workshop (review materials, learn about jobs, learn software/code)?

Registration Hot Take: Craig's Writing across Contexts

New Registration Hot Take (part of a series): In this one, Craig describes the projects and content of his Spring '18 Writing Across Contexts course. Check out the WRP blog for more info on classes, on internships, jobs, and the WRP program

Registration Hot Takes: Rhetoric in a Digital Age (Sp '18)

New Registration Hot Take (part of a series): In this one, Craig describes the projects and content of his Spring '18 Rhetoric in a Digital Age course. Check out the WRP blog for more info on classes, on internships, jobs, and the WRP program

November 7th at 3:30 in Maybank 111: the first ever WRP Town Hall. Lots to figure out. Do we want to eat this pizza? Do we want a club, about what (editing/publishing, writing, rhetoric)? What to do at the Spring Workshop (review materials, learn about jobs, learn software/code)?

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Here's a definition of rhetoric from 1903. What's rhetoric to you? #rhetoric #definingrhetoric #rhetoricandenglish

So pleased to announce that Chris Anson, Distinguised Professor and Director of the University Speaking and Writing Program at NC State, will be The English Department's Visiting Scholar. Public talk at 4PM on Oct 29 in Addlestone 227.

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