Western Washington UniversityCommunications and Marketing
DATE: November 26, 2012 2:48:34 PM PST
Professional Editing Grammar Course offered at Western This Winter

Contact: Alisyn Maggiora, program manager, Western Washington University Extended Education Degree and Professional Studies Programs, Alisyn.Maggiora@wwu.edu or (360) 650-3717.

BELLINGHAM ­– Western Washington University Extended Education will offer Grammar for Editors, a hybrid online/face-to-face course as part of its professional editing program in winter 2013; this stand-alone course is open to community members.

An intensive review of common grammatical problems, this workshop covers how professional editors address corrections in manuscripts or articles and how they formulate advice in their working relationships with authors and writers.

The course combines nine modules available as online projects with five evening class sessions providing in-depth discussion. Instruction is delivered primarily as an online class. Lectures are provided as written documents, and class discussion is enabled through an online discussion board. It is designed for people who work in fields or businesses that require editing skills to produce newsletters, website content, marketing materials, formal reports and similar publications.

Course highlights for Grammar for Editors:

Grammar for Editors is taught by Carolyn Dale, an experienced professional in the field of journalism, writing and editing, and a longtime member of Western’s Journalism Department. Although there are no prerequisites, the course assumes basic knowledge of 100-level English composition.

Cost is $260 plus one required textbook. No formal Western admission is required. Classes will meet 7-8:30 p.m. Mondays from Jan. 14 to March 11 in Western’s Communications Facility. Registration deadline is Monday, Jan. 7.

For more information, visit Extended Education’s professional editing webpage at www.ExtendedEd.wwu.edu, email ExtendedEd@wwu.edu or call (360) 650-3717.

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