Instructor: Elizabeth Dodge
Elizabeth  Dodge Biography: Elizabeth Dodge, M.F.A., is a freelance writer, editor, and trainer in Portland. She has more than twenty years of experience in technical writing, marketing communications, public relations, and publishing. She has been teaching and tutoring for more than fifteen years, sharing her passion for writing with a coaching style that is sensitive to the personal nature of writing.

Classes by this instructor

Contact Hrs/CEUs: 6/0.6

AgileWhen you are writing letters, memos, reports, and e-mail messages, does a little voice nag you about not being able to remember many of the writing rules you learned in school? Should you capitalize "board of directors"? Does a comma go inside or outside the quotation marks? What is the difference between "it's" and "its"? Brush up on common areas of confusion in grammar and punctuation to gain renewed confidence and increased efficiency in writing.

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Friday, November 17, 2017, Abromson Center, Room 216 (10 seats (62%) remaining)
Contact Hrs/CEUs: 12/1.2

AgileWhether you love it or hate it, good writing is vital to your professional reputation and to getting ahead. You need to be able to express your ideas clearly, concisely, and persuasively. In this course, we will start with what you learned about writing in school and discuss how to apply it to professional writing. You will learn how to reduce frustration and wasted time as we solve day-to-day writing problems, while identifying common mistakes. This course is for marketing and communication professionals, project and product managers, administrators, and anyone else who needs to present a professional image in his or her written communication.

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October 13-20, 2017, Abromson Center, Room 216