Office: CE-2214 (Clarkston campus)
The courses I am teaching Spring
Semester 2008 FULL-semester are:
ENGL 2111-195 Sat. 9am-11:45am CE-2190
2nd Half Semester Courses: (Starting March 11, 2008)
ENGL 1102-124 MWF 9am-11:30am CE-2121
ENGL 1102-125 MWF 12:30pm-2:30pm CE-2121
ENGL 2121 (British Lit I) ONLINE - WebCT Vista
and ENGL 2111- 002 (World Lit I) ONLINE - WebCT Vista
ATTACHED are the generic syllabi for the courses I teach. I will continue to update my generic syllabi as I add courses. If you wish to take an online course, please check the catalog or online registration for information on how to do so. Online courses are not for everyone. They require a particular mindset, the ability to communicate freely without the face-to-face component, and the ability to be self-directed to produce work on time and in a regular manner. Because online courses do NOT have the face-to-face component and homework must be done individually, many students find that they are actually MORE time consuming than regular classes. In any case, face-to-face or online, be prepared to begin work the first day of school. Take the online orientation, make sure to run the Browser Analyzer, email me when you have done both, check out the Online "Student Backpack", relax and ENJOY the course!
In addition to teaching at GPC Lawrenceville, I have taught composition and literature at Georgia State University, composition and technical writing at Georgia Tech, composition and learning support at York Tech, in Rock Hill, SC; business writing, composition and literature, and technical writing at West Central Tech in Douglasville, GA, and composition and literature at Gwinnett Tech in Lawrenceville. As an academic, my specialties in Old and Middle English literature, Renaissance non-dramatic literature, literary criticism, and contemporary American novel and short story. I’m an avid reader, a painter in acrylics (on-site landscapes in particular), and a great fan of film and theatre.