Seminar on Issues in the Introductory Course in Speech Communication
The introductory course in communication has received considerable attention by scholars and practitioners in the past several years. Conventions, workshops and scholarly journals reflect the concerns of course directors, teachers and administrators in defining, operating and evaluating this course. Fourteen faculty convened at the SCA Annual Convention in San Francisco in November 1990 to identify and discuss the major issues relevant to directing and teaching the introductory course in communication. Five major issues were identified during the seminar. Discussion of the issues ranged from theoretical perspectives to specific action steps. This report is a summary of some of the major conclusions reached by the participants of the seminar.
Hugenberg, Lawrence W. and Yoder, Donald D.
"Summary of Issues Discussed During the Seminar on the Introductory Course in Speech Communication, November 1990,"
Basic Communication Course Annual: Vol. 3
, Article 21.
Available at: http://ecommons.udayton.edu/bcca/vol3/iss1/21