Courses taught at UOIT include:
COMM 1110U Developments of Human Communication
This course examines the origins and historical development of human communication from early civilization to the beginning of the Internet. It will provide a comprehensive over view of how communication has been shaped by social, political, and economic forces. It will also seek to put the development of communication for ms and technologies in their proper historical context, using case studies to analyze how they were received and used.
COMM 1320U Oral Communication & Public Speaking.
This workshop-based course covers the fundamentals of oral communication, public speaking, successful debating, and speech writing. Students will learn to prepare and present their ideas effectively and professionally. They will also learn how to chair meetings, debate ideas, and present opinions effectively. The workshop will provide constructive analysis of both live and videotaped performance experiences. Listening and peer evaluation are an integral part of this course.
COMM 1410U Computer-mediated Communication.
This course focuses on how to use computers to gather, analyze, and present information. It explores issues related to presenting information online. It introduces design principles for preparing online content, format, and layout; emphasizes creative and critical thinking skills for developing the design process; and provides students with the theory and operational skills necessary for developing and publishing online information.
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