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Oral Communication Across the Curriculum: What's a Small College to Do? Report of a Collaborative Pilot by Theatre and Education Faculty

From: The Journal of General Education
Volume 53, Number 3-4, 2004
pp. 288-310 | 10.1353/jge.2005.0004


Universities and colleges are increasingly recognizing the need for programs in oral communication across the curriculum. Many small colleges that do not have faculty in communications do have faculty in theatre who are skilled in oral communication. This article describes a pilot program in oral communication coaching for undergraduate students that was designed and implemented through a collaboration between theatre and education faculty at Wheelock College, a small urban college in Boston.

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