Genre and Substantive Editing

Genre and Substantive Editing
Exploring a different genre of publishing each semester; instruction in substantive editing.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesELANG 223 & ELANG 322 & ELANG 325; or LING 201 & ELANG 322 & ELANG 325
 NoteFor Editing majors or minors. Others interesting in registering should contact the Liberal Arts Advisement Center.
 TaughtFall, Winter, Spring
 ProgramsContaining ELANG 410R
Course Outcomes: 

Ethical Issues in Publishing

Students articulate a personal perspective on ethical issues in publishing, such as preserving the author's voice, plagiarism, copyright infringement, the tensions between the editorial and the marketing sides of publishing, the promotion of values, and the transmission of our cultural heritage.

Specialized Skills

Students demonstrate specialized skills and the perspective required by at least one specific editing genre (such as magazine publishing, technical communication, book publishing, scholarly publishing, or visual information design).