Co-coordinators of Instructional Technology - English and Communications:
Office: Humanities 113-I
Office: Humanities 113-J
The English and Communications Department maintains two computer classrooms located in the Humanities Building (Rooms 116 and 200) on the main campus of Anne Arundel Community College. The two computer classrooms are used for classes in English composition (developmental through advanced), communications, literature, and creative writing.
Classes that meet in the English and Communications Computer Classrooms are computer-intensive.
All class meetings are held in one of the computer classrooms, and each student sits at a computer rather than a desk. Most of the learning is done on the computers, though frequently the class gathers around a large seminar table located in the middle of the classroom for face-to-face discussions.
The computer classrooms are equipped with state-of-the-art word-processing, interactive, and multi-media software and equipment.
Sections of the following English and Communications courses are currently taught in the English and Communications Computer Classrooms:
Eng 111 Composition and Introduction to Literature 1
Eng 112 Composition and Introduction to Literature 2
Eng 115 Composition and Introduction to Literature 1 for Non-Native Speakers
Eng 116 Composition and Introduction to Literature 2 for Non-Native Speakers
Eng 121 Composition and Literature
Eng 200 Introduction to Creative Writing
Com 101 Introduction to Mass Media
Com 102 Writing for News Media 1
Com 202 Writing for News Media 2
Com 111 Fundamentals of Oral Communication
For more information on these courses, see the Anne Arundel Community College Schedule of Credit Classes.