Infographic as Syllabus

My colleague Jessica Moore created this “pseudosyllabus” as a way of starting off her course on communication this semester. I thought it was fantastic, and she kindly gave me permission to share it.

Communication infographic syllabus

"It's only hyperbole if he doesn't take his extravagant claims literally, lol."

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"Oh, epistemic hyperbole is basically the English language as far as Carrier's concerned."

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"Carrier also imports traditional deductive reasoning language into his arguments, suggesting "certainty" of his arguments, ..."

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"The thing I've appreciated about Carrier's attempts to use a (modified) form of Bayes' theorem ..."

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  • Gary

    Noticed she left off “Public Speaking Class can help you become a politician or a political activist”, along with selling “Big Ideas, being civically engaged, and telling facts from fiction?” I doubt if Public Speaking 101 includes Ethics 101. They seem to be diametrically opposed to each other.