offers an enjoyable and educational method of learning all those
practices” of writing emails.
Instructions include how to quickly arrive at an email’s purpose, how to consider its readers and tailor your message to suit
those readers; what information to include (and tips on how to organize that material); and because email is awfully easy to misinterpret
without the tone clues of spoken communication, we'll also discuss, what style or "voice" you should choose. If requested, I will offer instruction
on how to create distribution lists and how to recall messages (for Windows XP users). Students leave this class with a renewed awareness
of how their emails might come across to another reader, and they are eager to communicate more effectively through email.