Extended Ed and Summer Camps

TCU Extended Education: Building Your First Website

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Course Description: “Do you need a professional website for your personal business or brand? Are you interested in blogging? Do you want an online presence to connect with friends and family? Then, this is the course for you! We’ll go through an introduction to website design using website builders, such as WordPress®, Weebly®, Wix®, Squarespace®, etc. We’ll also discuss integrating your website with social media and creating written and visual content. This entry-level course is sponsored by TCU’s Center for Digital Expression and is open to all ages and types of website projects. Computers will be provided.”

TCU Summer Camps

Course Description: “Have you ever pictured yourself writing or directing the next great movie? How about handling the camera that introduces the next award-winning actor? Or being that actor? Join fellow future filmmakers to write, film, and edit a short film that will be screened at the end of the week! We’ll explore the basics of filming, storyboarding, editing, and movie publishing with iMovie. Thanks to sponsorship from TCU’s Center for Digital Expression (CDEx), cameras and computers with necessary software will be available for student use during class.”

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 Summer Discovery at Emerson College

Summer Discovery is a private program that allows high school students from around the country and globe to begin exploring a college education.

Magazine Writing (syllabus)

This course focused on introducing students to magazine writing and the publishing process. We started with reviews as an entry-way to magazine writing, created and maintained blogs, researched publications, and studied and composed query letters.

Introduction to College Composition (syllabus)

This course introduced students to the conventions of college writing by asking them to read and respond to texts. We focused on the shape of the essay and writing as a process.