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The nature of how we communicate is continually evolving. Think of the enormous growth that happened between our nonverbal ancestors and the rich oral traditions of developing civilizations; of how various cultures, races and even genders exchange information; and of what is happening today through the explosion of electronic communication. You want to understand these developments and gain a deeper insight into how communication has taken shape around the world. We will give you a comprehensive understanding of how meanings are shaped and exchanged in almost every human endeavor — from nonverbal and interpersonal settings to intercultural and mass media contexts.
Below are Communication Department Open Educational Resources (OER) / Zero Textbook Cost courses created by Brooklyn College.
OERs are organized by Course Number
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COMM 1001/CASD 1205 (Spring 2022)
Course: COMM 1001 / CASD 1205 Title: Introduction to Communication/Modern Communication Professors: Varies Platform: LibGuides Semester: Various
COMM 3150W / TREM 2222W Communication Research
Course: TREM 2222W / COMM 3150W Title: Communication Research Instructor: Dr. Wiebke Reile Platform: LibGuides Semester: Spring 2022
COMM 3300/ CASD 3235/ TVRA3535 (Levy)
Course: CASD 3235/ COMM 3300/ TVRA3535 Title: Communication Law and Policy Professor: Sharona Levy Platform: LibGuides