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Centering Information Literacy (as) Skills and Civic Engagement in the Basic Communication Course: An Integrated Course Library Collaboration
Liliana Herakova, Jennifer Bonnet, and Mark Congdon Jr.
Embracing Social Media in the Basic Communication Course: Recommendations for the Digital Age
Soo-Kwang Oh and Jennifer S. Owlett
Basic Communication Course Students’ Perceptions of the Purpose and Their Role in the Peer Feedback Process
Angela M. Hosek, Stevie Munz, Keith C. Bistodeau, Zamzam Jama, Andrew Frisbie, and Sonia Rains Ivancic
Universal Adaptation: The Need to Enhance Accessibility in the Basic Course
Michael G. Strawser, Brandi N. Frisby, and Renee Kaufmann
A Blended Basic Course Examination of Communication Apprehension and Self-Efficacy: A Comparative Analysis
Michael G. Strawser, Amy. L. Housley Gaffney, Allyson DeVito, Sarah E. Kercsmar, and Michael Pennell
Adapting the Basic Communication Course for a Globally and Technologically Mediated 21st-Century Context
Michael G. Strawser and Janet K. McCormick
Self-Confrontation and Public Speaking Apprehension: To Videotape or Not to Videotape Student Speakers?
Craig Newburger, Linda Brannon, and Arlie Daniel
The Impact of Public Speaking and Hybrid Introductory Communication Courses on Student Perceptions of Homophily and Classroom Climate
Melissa A. Broeckelman-Post and Brenda L. MacArthur
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