This course will focus on writing in digital environments, exploring critically and creatively what it means to compose in emerging genres and modes of communication. It updates our writing curriculum to incorporate significant scholarly conversation from the past two decades on digital approaches to composition, collaborative and networked writing, and multimodality. Building on fundamental concepts of rhetorical invention applied to networks and interactivity, students will explore the principles of digital composition in order to create multimedia texts both individually and collaboratively in small- and large-scale projects. This course has been offered several times in recent years under the current ENGL 460 designator (Hawk, Spr. 2013; Brock, Spr. 2014; Hawk, Fall 2014; Hawk, Spr. 2015). Given the explicit focus of the course on exploration of writing with emerging technologies, it would be an important contribution to our existing range of courses in writing and rhetoric.