U ED 75100 — Scholarly Communication with Public Audiences, M 630 – 830, 3 Credits .
Public scholarship translates research findings, policy analyses and theoretical perspectives into terms understandable to non-experts while maintaining content integrity. This course will explore abounding opportunities and obligations for public scholarship while helping to improve students’ ability to participate in multiple contexts including popularly-directed books, articles, op-eds and columns, print and broadcast interviews and press comments, expert testimony, and social media. Course work will emphasize student projects and workshop-style peer review.
Contact Christine Saieh, APO for more information
Urban Education, Room 4202.04