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 Terri A.  Fredrick

Terri A. Fredrick

Professor of English

Office: 3070 - Coleman Hall
Fax: (217) 581-7209
Email: tafredrick@eiu.edu
Office Hours for Fall 2017: Mondays 10 am–12 pm; Tuesdays 1 pm–4 pm; other face-to-face and online times by appointment

Terri Fredrick teaches courses in professional writing and composition; she also coordinates the department's internship program. Her research interests are in service learning, writing classroom pedagogy, strategies for evaluating student writing, and workplace writing. She is co-editor of the anthology Getting In Is Not Enough: Women and the Global Workplace. Her writing has appeared in Business Communication Quarterly, Journal of Business and Technical Communication, Language Arts Journal of Michigan, the National Women's Studies Association Journal, and the edited collection Writing and the iGeneration: Composition in the Computer-Mediated Classroom.

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Frequently Taught Courses

ENG 2760: Introduction to Professional Writing
ENG 2901: Structure of English
ENG 3001: Advanced Composition
ENG 3005: Technical Communication
ENG 4060: Careers in Professional Writing
ENG 4760: Workplace Collaboration
ENG 4765: Technical Editing
ENG 5007: Composition Theories and Pedagogies
ENG 5011: The Practice and Politics of Evaluating Student Writing
ENG/CMN 5260: Communication in Science and Technical Organizations


PhD, Rhetoric and Professional Communication, Iowa State University


Professional writing, technical writing, service learning, composition pedagogy, evaluating students' writing

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