Audrey S Pettibon

Audrey S Pettibon

Audrey S Pettibon

Instructor

- Visual and digital rhetoric and the rhetoric of display as they relate to discourse and identity. - Hyperbole and its influence on/representation in social rhetoric. - Targeted writing programs to address the professional and academic needs of non-traditional students in an online and blended-delivery setting.

An adjunct Assistant Professor of English with over 14 years of experience as an in-class and e-learning professional. Extensive knowledge of adult learning principles and pedagogy, applying online instructional design analytics to produce, manage and instruct dynamic, multi-modality (blended) courses. An active member academic communities, dedicated to lifelong learning, applying broad, global perspectives to leadership and collaboration.

Current Research

Currently exploring the connection between hyperbole and its influence on/representation in social rhetoric and the relationship of this connection to digital identity. 

Courses Taught

ENGH 101 - English Composition 

ENGH 302B - Advanced Composition (Business) 

Education

M.A. English Literature, 1996

University of Nevada, Reno - 1664 N. Virginia Street, Reno 89557

B.A. Journalism (Major: Public Relations Minor: German), 1991

University of Nevada, Reno - 1664 N. Virginia Street, Reno 89557

Recent Presentations

Scheduled presenter/session leader: George Mason University’s Innovations in Teaching and Learning Conference (Sept. 2017). Seminar title: "Supporting English Language Learners in an Online and Blended Environment”