College instructors who teach to the affective domain make learning an experience rather than an objective. “Affective learning outcomes involve attitudes, motivation, and values (Miller). Many college instructors incorporate the feeling domain without realizing it, while others reject this critical domain altogether.
Blending affective learning with multimodal media projects teaches students the rhetorical skills necessary to thrive in the digital age, while helping them to develop the emotional intelligence necessary to make such an age meaningful.
As a resource for college Composition instructors, this website presents affective, multimodal projects as alternatives to print assignments. It is also a repository of student projects and a space for instructor collaboration.