This year's 2-day CELC Oral Communication Camp, scheduled on May 15 and 16, 2018 at the Stephen Riady Centre, NUS, focuses on developing competent, critical and ethical speech communication. This is especially important in the so-called age of 'fake news', where people especially in positions of power and influence peddle lies and fallacies in order to win the favor of their audiences.
This critical thinking and communication module provides an opportunity for students to explore community leadership within an interdisciplinary environment.
This online course seeks to equip participants with the knowledge and skills needed to write effectively online. In addition to essential writing techniques, participants will also learn how to establish and cultivate the authority and credibility of their online content through effective search engine optimization and leveraging the content value ladder. Ultimately, writing for the web is an integral part of the digital literacy much needed for anyone who wish to partake in the information age with confidence and impact. There are no assessments for this course.
Discover what makes your writing confusing for your readers. Find out common mistakes in the use of "however", "therefore", "not only... but also". Learn how to place commas and semi-colons correctly in your sentences. All these and more, presented in attractive, short, bite-sized videos that are great for busy people. Learn while commuting to/from work/school, while waiting at the bus-stop, and even while waiting in line at the food court!
The Writing and Communication Hub (WCH) is a place where NUS students can get help with their writing, oral presentations, and conversation skills.