rhetoric of podcasts, podcasts of rhetoric

One of the very best things about no longer running the composition program is having the time and mental space to get back to digital rhetoric in a more practical and compositional way. This has got me thinking, in this post, about podcasting in terms of its various rhetorical structures but mostly about the kinds... Continue Reading →

student podcasting

I've just finished listening to some student podcasts for my Writing in the Digital Age course. This is a course where the primary purpose is to explore communication in media networks and with emerging technologies, so the class asks students to try out a number of different tools. For nearly all the students in the... Continue Reading →

mobility matters

Is it any surprise that education struggles to adapt to the implications of mobile networks? After all, we work in an environment where many of our colleagues complain if desks are moved out of their "proper" alignment in rows. Just as moving desks into a big circle or rearranging them in small groups creates different... Continue Reading →

first iTunes project: some notes

It's been some time since I've had a chance to post here. I've been busy on my course blogs and with other things (like editing the union newsletter, which is one of the things I should be doing now).  However, I wanted to get some thoughts down about our first iTunes project. The students in... Continue Reading →

the godless recall 9/11

Last weekend professional writing had it's fall trip to Raquette Lake. We had a great time, as usual. We also had our regular Saturday night reading. This time, however, I recorded the reading. Here's my performance, and I hope more will follow (assuming others will give me the OK).personal loan in bhilwara The Godless Recall... Continue Reading →

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