Writing for Engineers in the Workplace Presented by UBC Continuing Studies
Engineers have to be experts not just in engineering, but also in communication. Every memo, progress summary or formal report needs to be clear, concise, and accessible to people at all levels of the decision-making process. In this 100% online course, learn how to manage tone, grammar, style, and the writing process in this online course that offers individualized feedback and practice in all the forms of writing common to the workplace.
Creative Writing: Introduction Presented by UBC Continuing Studies at the Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre
This course is for beginning writers who are interested in learning about some of the different genres of creative writing. The course format involves examining the work of emerging and well-known writers combined with in-class writing exercises to inspire you to write autobiography, short fiction, poetry, and children’s literature.
Project Management for Digital Communications Presented by UBC Continuing Studies
The complexity of digital communications projects such as when creating apps, microsites and web portals, requires strong project management skills and an understanding of the digital context. In this 100% course, learn to develop project requirements and scope to meet business goals and define measures of success. Identify the real story to be told, and by applying stakeholder engagement principles, help clients adopt an effective project approach and plan.
Writing Under Pressure Presented by UBC Continuing Studies at the Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre
Learn techniques used in the academic environment that help alleviate the stress and pressure that comes with writing timed essay exams and large graded projects with short deadlines. These techniques will be applicable to any type of deadline-based or time sensitive project.