ENG 19A - Literary Magazine
Instructor: Martin Nash
Creation of a literary-style student magazine. Practical training in the managing, editing, formatting, and printing of a literary supplement and/or magazine. Enrollment constitutes the staff of the magazine. The number of laboratory units will be agreed upon and scheduled by instructor and student based on the students job description and availability to participate. 1 hour lecture, 1.5 or 3 hours laboratory. (Cross List with MSCM 19A; A student who has completed MSCM 19A cannot enroll in ENG 19A).
To take this class, you must have daily access to a computer with an Internet connection and experience using a web browser. You will also need to utilize your college Zonemail account. Learn more about Zonemail.
Check the college catalog for CSU/UC transferability and to see if this course meets AA/AS degree requirements.
The instructor may drop students who miss the first meeting of a course. The first meeting of online or hybrid Distance Education courses is the first day of the class as specified in the class schedule listing. For these courses, instructors may drop students who do not log into their Blackboard course and/or complete indicated activities by the third day of classes. DE instructors may drop students if they have not submitted work and/or accessed the class for two consecutive weeks.
There might be an instructional materials fee associated with this course. Learn more about instructional materials fees.
This class begins Jan 19 and ends May 27.
ENG 1A-096 is a hybrid course with an on-campus lecture that meets Mondays and Wednesdays 11:00 - 11:50 am in room 2409. The lab portion of the course will be conducted over the internet. You can attend an OPTIONAL, on-campus orientation to Online Learning on Jan 13 from 1 - 2:30 pm or Jan 14 from 5:30 - 7 pm in Room 2410. A virtual session will be offered on the Internet on Jan 19 from 5:30-7 pm. Learn more about these orientations, which are NOT course-specific.
How This Class Operates
This is not a self-paced class; there are due dates throughout the semester that you are expected to meet, just like in a traditional face-to-face class.
Students who succeed in the online portion of hybrid courses tend to be independent, self-motivated learners with good computer skills. If you are a procrastinator who relies heavily on the instructor for motivation and can't use a computer too well, you should probably consider enrolling in a completely face-to-face course instead.
Also, don't enroll in this class if you believe the myth that learning online requires less effort than learning face-to-face. This course covers the same content and has similar activities as the completely face-to-face version of the course; only the method of delivery partly changes.
LPC offers a tutorial called "Succeeding in an online course" that will not only tell you if you are a good fit for online learning, but it also offers many strategies -- among other pertinent information -- that will help you succeed online. Though the title of the tutorial says "online course", all of it is applicable to the online portion of hybrid courses. Please complete the tutorial.
This course will use the Blackboard course management system as its virtual classroom. To learn how to log in to Blackboard, go to the Blackboard Login Procedures page. Once you enroll, you will not be able to log in until the first day of class.