Semester of Creation

Spring 4-28-2024

Submission Type


Professor Name

Brandi Bradley

Course Number

ENGL 1102

Course Title

English Composition II

Description of Work

An anthology that looks at the interaction between theft and entertainment. Why and how entertainment is stolen, the prevention of theft by entertainment companies, and the depiction of theft in media.

Description of Assignment

Individual Research Paper (minimum of 2,000 words): Using all of your resources, you will complete your contribution to the anthology, a research paper that contributes to the conversation of the topic you selected. You will compose this final paper through a series of drafts shared with me and your group for feedback and editing. Draft 1 will be presented to me for initial feedback on whether the topic contributes to the conversation, is organized in an understandable way, and is using high-quality sources. Draft 2 will be reviewed for word choice and grammar choices both by yourself through self-editing techniques and with your group.

Group Collaboration – Introduction for Anthology for Public Dissemination (500 additional words): As a group, you must prepare the research papers for consumption by the public. As a group you will choose to either publish the essays on Digital Commons or a website, or your group can choose to present the papers in a face-to-face presentation. Regardless of what the group chooses, your group will need to compose a 500-word introduction as well as paginate/design the content or convert the essays into a script. If your group chooses a face-to-face presentation, you are expected to give the presentation to an audience of my choosing. Other options which would be available with my approval – a podcast, a YouTube video, or conference submission.



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