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ENG 6005 Scholarly Writing and Research


Class 4:Methods and Workshop

Required: Attendance at one session of Big Data Colloquium (Jan. 24)
Reading: Jason Swarts, "Recycled writing: Assembling actor-networks from reusable content. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 24.2." Cagle assigned to lead)
Peer-review essay by Cagle
Due: Post #3 on Big Data Colloquium


      Class Objectives:

      Reflect on writing practice and goals

      Due for today:

      Reading:

        "Recycled writing: Assembling actor-networks from reusable content. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 24.2.

      Post #3 on Big Data

      Notes and Discussion Questions:

      1: Writing Workshop -- Cagle

      2: Discussion of Big Data

        Based on your writings for this week, we will discuss the methodologies used with "big data," their role in English Studies, and the impact for our scholarship.

      3: Break

      4: Methods

        Cagle will lead our discussion of methods in the Swartz article. We will focus on the qualities and expectations we detailed in our article rubric.

      5: Conclusions

        Reminder for next week's assignments.



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