WRITEPUB 60801626 - 0401
Description
There often comes a time in our life when we feel compelled to tell our stories. The catalysts for this are many: chronicling family history, healing old wounds, discovering our voice, understanding our lives, or just a desire to write. The objective of this course is to explore the genre of memoir through in-class writing exercises, take home writing assignments, the workshopping of student work, as well as reading established memoirists in order to learn about craft and technique.
Approximate Tuition Fee
79.5
Class Number
11060
Class Actions
Class Details
Meets
We 6:00PM - 7:30PM
Dates
06/03/2020 - 07/08/2020
Room
Online
Instructor(s)
Sarah White
Instruction Mode
Online Live
Location
Online
Textbooks/Materials
No textbooks required for this class
Special Instructions Rental required textbooks are $0.00 if participating in the College’s rental program. The prices listed are for students who wish to purchase their textbooks or have opted out of the rental program. Prices are subject to change without notice.
Class Availability
Status
Open
Seats Open
8
Class Capacity
15
Wait List Total
0
Other Class Details
Class Notes
A link to join the interactive video class meetings will be emailed a couple of days before class. Please make sure you have a current email on your account and access to high speed internet. For information or registration assistance, please phone (608) 258-2301 ext 2. This class is web-based and you are required to participate at the scheduled class time from the location of your choice. To attend online from anywhere you must have access to a laptop or desktop computer with webcam, microphone, and an internet connection capable of streaming video. You have until the day before the published class start date to enroll; contact the instructor to enroll on or after the start date. ******************** This class may be merged with other class sections within our Learning Management Systems (e.g. Blackboard) to facilitate learning and collaboration amongst class sections. Please contact your faculty member with questions related to how this class may make use of merged sections.
Session
General Session
Career
Continuing Education
Units
0.25 units
Grading
Classes Not Graded - 600 Level Courses