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Johnston Community CollegeArts, Sciences & Learning ResourcesSyllabusFall 2015Syllabus Overview:Your college syllabus is your road map to success.You should always keep your syllabus with your class notes ANDREFERTO IT OFTEN IN YOUR ONLINE/HYBRID COURSE.Please CAREFULLY review this syllabus.Your syllabus represents abinding agreement between you and your instructor. The instructor reserves the right to change this syllabus,except forthe grading scale and attendance policy, anytime during the course.You will be notified of all changes in writing.Course Information:Course Title: Writing/Research in the DisciplinesCourse Number & Section Number: ENG 112 I03Credit Hours/Contact Hours: 3Prerequisite/Co-requisite: ENG 111Drop Deadline: The last day to drop this course without a grade penalty isOctober 29th.Faculty Information:Instructor: Terri HutchinsonOffice Location: Smith 130Office Hours: Email: [email protected]Phone number: 919.464.2382Best time to contact outside of office hours:Email is the most effective way to reach me. In most cases I will respond within 48hours except on weekends and holidays and Fridays by 12 noon.Course Description:This course, the second in a series of two, introduces research techniques, documentation styles, and writing strategiesin various disciplines.Emphasis is placed on analyzing information and ideas and incorporating research findings intodocumented writing and research projects.Upon completion, students should be able to evaluate and synthesizeinformation from primary and secondary sources using documentation appropriate to various disciplines.This coursehas been approved to satisfy the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement general education core requirement in Englishcomposition. This course is also available through the Virtual Learning CommunityCourse Format:This course will be taught as a 100% online course.All work will be submitted online through Blackboard andMyCompLab. Readings and activities are posted for each week, and two assignments will be tagged as AttendanceAssignments.You are expected to access course material via Blackboard and to submit assignments online whenrequired.Readings, videos, discussions, journals, and group collaborations are a few of the ways that instruction will beprovided.Please don't hesitate to see me if you have questions about online instruction.Student Learning Outcomes:Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:Read, locate and evaluate a variety of information using research methodologies appropriate to disciplinesApplyresearch and use writing to achieve a variety of purposes in a variety of disciplinary contexts.Demonstrate accurate and responsible documentation appropriate to disciplines.

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