Welcome to the Home Page of Dr. Mark Stoner
Department of Communication Studies
California State University, Sacramento 


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Fall 2017 Course:
ComS 222 Instructional Communication Practicum

Projects:

  Using Google Suite (For course management. I distinguish "putting material online" from teaching. Most use of online tools--Blackboard, Google Suite, Moodle, D2L, etc.-- is primarily managing material not teaching. Let's learn to differentiate curriculum management and teaching in a clear-eyed fashion.)
  Research/Writing Collaborative
If you are an academic (graduate student, faculty, or independent scholar interested in communication, education and allied social sciences, you are invited to use and to join the collaborative. Click the title and poke around. (If you are on a mobile device, select "print layout" to make navigation easy.)

My Information: CV, papers, presentations, links, etc.
  OSU logo Ph.D. 1987
Other courses taught:
     Lower Division
ComS 4 Public Speaking
ComS 5 The Communication Experience
ComS 100B Critical Analysis of Messages
    
Upper Division
ComS 167 Systems and Theories of Rhetoric
ComS 168 Approaches to Rhetorical Criticism
      Graduate
ComS 207 Dyadic Communication 
ComS 213 Seminar in Criticism
Coms 221 Instructional Communication Theory
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Fulbright Specialist Project: University of Cape Coast, Ghana (July 2015)
Project:  Improving Teaching and Learning Together
UCC Centre for Teaching Support                    

Suomi opettaa
(Finland Teaches): A blog of my trip to University of Jyvaskyla (Sp 2013)

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Public Books Public Books is an educational website featuring book and movie reviews, long-form magazine-style articles and
"courses" designed to lead readers through a series of related readings.  See, for example, the Trump Syllabus 3.0
2014-2015 John C. Livingston Lecture Announcement

2014-15 Livingston Lecture (video)
Are Two Heads Really Better Than One? Communication, Collaboration and Coalitions of Minds

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