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Writing, Rhetoric & Technical Communication (WRTC)
Office Hours (Spring 2023):
Monday and Wednesday from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM in my office (Carrier Library 128), virtually (via Zoom), or by appointment. Times may vary. For an up-to-date schedule of my office hours, click on the "Schedule Appointment" box on the left side of this guide.
Full online text and images for back issues of selected scholarly journals and monographs in history, economics, political science, anthropology, sociology, literature, etc.
*Temporary expanded access beyond JMU subscriptions is available until Jun 30, 2022. Use this link for a list of resources: https://about.jstor.org/covid19/expanded-access-to-collections/.
Contains over 25,000 videos, documentaries, training films, theatrical releases, and more. Note: the login/sign up buttons at the top right of the Kanopy interface are for creating and logging in to personal accounts. It is not necessary to log in to view films if you're on campus. If you are off campus, you will be prompted to log in as a JMU user when you select a film.
Full access to The New York Times and International New York Times content. Access also includes unlimited access to the Archives and learning tools such as the Learning Network and the New York Times inEducation website. Note: First time users will need to create a one year renewable account using these instructions
A broad conception of rhetoric which includes spoken, written, visual and material texts circulating in a wide variety of situations ranging from the public to the private and from face-to-face to digital, within historical and contemporary social, political, and cultural contexts including race, gender, class, sexuality, and ethnicity among others.