The Sweetland DRC Syllabus Repository is a public, crowd-sourced collection of syllabi of courses taught by our contributors. We see the syllabus repository as a library of diverse classroom artifacts that may offer insights into the course design choices, texts, readings, projects, and classroom or online activities that instructors who have taught at the intersections of Digital Studies can share. We hope these syllabi will function as mentoring texts for instructors designing or redesigning courses, offering inspiration as we think deeply about our work’s pedagogical and justice-oriented implications.
If you have recently taught a course that belongs to the following categories (or similar), we invite you to submit it for a potential publication in the Sweetland DRC Syllabus Repository.
- Digital rhetoric
- Anti-racist pedagogy
- Disability studies
- Health rhetoric
- Feminist rhetoric
- Visual rhetoric
- Technical communication
- Composition studies
- First Year Writing
If you have taught any of these courses, please consider submitting your syllabus so that others might take inspiration for their future course preps, by filling out this form.
The DRC Syllabus Repository is a collaborative project depending on generous scholars who agree to put their syllabi in this repository for you to refer to and use. Please be advised that the syllabus authors are obliged to ensure the complete, accurate, teachable, and reliable content of the syllabi. We, as editors, appreciate their contribution and efforts, but have entered no agreement with syllabus authors to endorse the content of the syllabi. Please give credit to the syllabi authors if you use any content from them by using the citation/cite tool on the page.
Please give credit to the syllabi authors if you use any content from them by using the citation/cite tool on the page.