Ayala Museum presents
Writing for Online Readers
with Carljoe Javier
9, 11, 16 June 2015 | 6 to 9 PM
How do you get your message across a global, virtual environment where a deluge of information is triggered by a click of a key or mouse? Learn how to write for online readers with this online writing course by Carljoe Javier.
The course will concentrate on writing effectively for the web but will also tackle the basic how-tos of working in the virtual space. Topics such as structuring content, different writing styles, crafting catchy headlines or titles, writing material for a specific audience, and maximizing this vehicle to attract your target readers will be discussed. Participants will also be given exercises in varying degrees of difficulty that will work towards the creation of their own web space.
Carl Javier teaches Creative Writing at UP Diliman. He was a fellow of the Dumaguete National Writers Workshop, UP National Writers Workshop, and UP Advanced Writers Workshop. He holds an undergrad degree in English and an MA in Creative Writing. He has authored six books, among them Geek Tragedies and the Kobayashi Maru of Love. His work has appeared in many local and international publications. His online writing has been featured in local sites like Rappler.com and GMA News Online.
P 4,000 Regular
P 3,600 Members, AGC Employees, Early birds who pay in full on or before May 30, 2015
For inquiries and reservations:
CALL: 759 82 88
LOOK FOR: Marj Villaflores or any education associate
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