|JOYCE P. |
Adjunct Professor of English
George Mason University
Fairfax, VA USA
Rm. 206, Robinson Hall B
Thursdays, 9:00 AM--10:15
English Dept. Phone: 703.993.1160
English 302-N03 and N04, two distance learning sectionz of Advanced Composition in the natural sciences, engineering, and computer science
English 302-B40, a classroom section of Advanced Composition for majors in the School of Business
All three sections meet the standards of Students of Scholars (QEP) at the university
English 302 is a required part of the Mason Core Integration Requirement in Written Communication.
The focus of English 302 is on "Intensive practice in writing and analyzing expository forms
such as essay, article, proposal, and technical or scientific reports
with emphasis on research related to student’s major field."
Current areas of specialization include:
Computer assisted instruction
Open educational resources
Copyright and plagiarism in electronic environments
Year 2 of a grant-funded project for teaching research skills in English 302 using curated
Open Educational Resources.
Invited talk on "Nurturing Online Civility" at GMU's annual conference on Innovations in Teaching and
Learning, September 2018.
Member, campus learning community on Threshold Concepts 2019 and Wellbeing 2018.
Assessor for Mason Core Undergraduate Education 2018.
"Teaching without Textbooks." (with Catherine Saunders). Faculty Conversations about
Teaching Series 2018.