Table of Contents

Technical Writing Assignments

Technical Writing Syllabus & Texts

Technical Writing Grading Sheet

Survey on Health (Tech Wtg)

APA Style Guide

MLA Style Guide

Chicago Style Guide

Oral Communications Syllabus & Texts

Background of Professor Humble

Westerly Armory Link


Website of:

Professor Roberta Mudge Humble
Community College of Rhode Island
 

Technical Writing (ENGL-2100)
Think about taking Technical Writing if you wish to add skills for the working world.  You will do letters, proposals, analyses, description, process, memos, surveys, grammar and punctuation, definition, and more.  You should come away at the end of the semester critical of your own writing,  aware of your weak and strong points, and more secure about formatting and writing documents for your work.  Buy the books --
Writing for a Reason and The RIght to Crow.

Oral Communications (SPCH-1100)
Oral Communications is a speech course, but you learn to listen, question, and develop interpersonal skills especially in the panel presentation. This is a very social course and many students leave the course with good friends and new acquaintances.  Buy books --
The Little Book of Communications and Little Rhody & the Other 49.
 

 Office Number:

 3248 (Third Floor, English Department)

 Mailing address:

 Department of English
 Community College of Rhode Island
 400 East Avenue
 Warwick, RI 02886-1807

 Office phone:  (401) 825-2262 for department
      or 825-2364 for office
 Email:  toorobert@aol.com  or rhumble@ccri.edu

 

Buddy             Webster              Creamer                  Caleb

From Voltaire:
I may disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.

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