Grammatically Scientific


September 2016

In Class Notes: TPS Activity RA1 and RA2

The first article I annotated was Wickman, C. (2014). Wicked Problems in Technical Communication. Journal Of Technical Writing & Communication, 44(1), 23-42. The information and ideas covered in this article were very easy to visualize and synthesize. (1) Problem solving involves… Continue Reading →

Notes 9.15.16

SLC: Research + Questions

  R+Q Whitefoord has a couple of school-based health centers. There is an organization that supports (and funds, and keeps track of) school based health centers: HRSA (Health Resources and Services Administration, part of the US Dept of Health and… Continue Reading →

A Rhetorical Analysis

This post will serve to analyze and further research Whitefoord, Inc. The content of this post is gathered from Whitefoord.org. The structure of this post is from chapter two of Arola/Sheppard/Ball’s Writer/Designer: A Guide to Making Multimodal Projects. Audience Who is… Continue Reading →

Lecture Notes: Preparing for Service Learning Projects


Reflection on Art as Multimodal Communication

In class on  Monday, August 30th we discussed multimodality and how it applies to technical writing. The class discussion made me think about how we communicate (either rhetorically, or not) in multiple modes on a daily basis. It isn’t something… Continue Reading →

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