Every day, our students are inundated by information – as well as opinions and misinformation – on their devices. Crafting and analyzing arguments in a digital world could be our greatest possibility to improve dialogue across cultures and continents… or it could contribute to bitter divides.
In this workshop, hosted by the Chippewa River Writing Project and CMU’s Office of Academic Development, CMU professor Troy Hicks draws from real world examples to share a wealth of insights and practical strategies to teach how to engage, craft and analyze argument in the digital world.
- Sat, April 28, 2018
- 8:30 to 4:00, CMU Campus, Mt. Pleasant
- Workshop fee: $150 per person, includes fees to earn 5 SCECHs.
- To register, visit: global.cmich.edu/CRWPprofdev
Questions? Contact Academic Development at 989-774-3718 or firstname.lastname@example.org