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Blogging and Podcasting for Beginners
with ed 2go
If you're thinking of starting a blog or just beginning one, this course is for you. Perhaps you'd like to try out podcasting too. You can and it's easy. In this course, you'll learn how to create, manage, and promote your own blog and audio and video podcast using tools that you already have on your computer—no paid software or equipment is needed.
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with ed 2go
The key to effective writing and speaking is English grammar. Whether you are just now learning the basics of grammar or if you need a refresher, this course will help you develop the foundational skills you need. In this course, you’ll explore the eight parts of speech, punctuation and mechanics, foundational sentence construction, and we’ll even get into the details of phrases, clauses, problem words, common grammar mistakes, and much more! An instructor will guide you every step of the way as you learn grammar through hands-on, practical exercises. You’ll also learn through short videos, examples, and even fun games. Take your writing and speaking to the next level of excellence!
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Introduction to Internet Writing Markets
with ed 2go
The Internet provides unlimited opportunities if you're a writer, whether you just have a few hours a week to blog or want a full-time publishing career or just plan to promote your books or business on the Web. There is no single way to become successful writing for the Web, so this course shows you the hundreds of different choices you have, and helps you set your own goals. In fact, by the end of the course, you'll have your very own publishing plan, from the steps to take in developing your writer's platform or brand, to the markets that will help you accomplish your goals.
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Leave a Legacy: A Grandparent's Journal
with Jill Braceland
Leave a Legacy is designed for anyone who wants to record some precious memories. It will give structure to writing our histories / stories. Write memories of your life with topics of your own choosing. Teach a process that is easy and can be done individually. Generate a journal can be duplicated for your family.
Tuesday, April 30 & May 7, 6-8 p.m., 2 session
Course Fee: $28
Ready, Set, Write
with Kate Johnston
This workshop-style creative writing program is designed to help you start and commit to your writing journey. Each class will be spent exploring various elements of the craft, discussing individual concerns and questions, and critiquing weekly submissions of each student’s work. All genres and levels are embraced. Writers will need a work in progress or a figment of a story idea.
Kate Johnston is a published author, writing coach, and book editor. Class size limited to 5.
Tuesday, March 5-26, 6:30-8:00 pm, 4 sessions
Course Fee: $70
Telling My Story the Write Way: Introduction to Journal Writing
with Jill Braceland
Your journal is a place where you can be exactly who you are. Join us and explore various techniques used in journal writing. Start your own journal or discover new ways to expand your current journal writing. Jill has been designing and delivering seminars in a variety of management and writing topics for more than 30 years. She has successfully owned training companies in Massachusetts and New York.
Thursday, April 25, 6-8 p.m., 1 session
Course Fee: $12
The World is Our Classroom
with Cindy Ross
Parents, Grandparents and teachers come meet inspirational author, Cindy Ross who will discuss her latest book, “The World is Our Classroom”. Cindy will share her story of raising and educating her two children through an immersion into wilderness adventures and global travel. She will describe the gifts her children received from this experiential education including compassion, self-reliance and an appreciation for the natural world. Cindy Ross, Outdoor adventurer and artist, has published six books and written numerous magazine articles. This talk is co-sponsored by the Rice Public Library and Kittery Land Trust and will take place at the Rice Public Library.
Tuesday, April 9, 6-8 p.m., 1 session
Course Fee: Free, pre-registration required