WRT 3086: Workshop in Creative Nonfiction
General Education Attributes
- Satisfies the university general education requirement in the Knowledge Applications integration area:
- evaluate and apply knowledge in a field outside of your major to solve real-world problems across a range of applications
- personal, professional, ethical and societal implications of these applications
- Satisfies the university general education requirement for a Writing Intensive course in general education or the major, not both.
- Meets the University Learning Outcomes for Effective Communication, Critical Thinking, and Information Literacy:
- Effective communicators analyze rhetorical situations, adapt their discourse to diverse genres and media, treat their sources and source material ethically, and meet the expectations of a variety
of discourse communities in the academy and beyond; they convey ideas, arguments, or analyses clearly and cogently in oral, written, or visual form; and they apply effective communication skills as appropriate to the context and intended audiences.
- Critical thinkers are capable of comprehensively exploring issues, ideas, artifacts, and events before accepting or formulating an opinion or conclusion; they analyze and evaluate relevant information, alternative points of view, inferences, and/or assumptions; and they synthesize information in order to arrive at substantiated conclusions.
- OU graduates are information literate citizens who reflectively discover information, understand how that information is produced and valued, and use information ethically to create new knowledge and participate as lifelong learners in society. They find, evaluate, and responsibly use different kinds of information for different purposes and they effectively integrate relevant information sources to build new, or add to existing, public or professional understandings.