Category Archives: Pedagogy

Technology & Identity Research Blogging: Winter 2009

This week, the students in my New Technologies of Identity class will begin their research blogging assignment. The course itself is concerned with the way that we construct our identities differently in an online environment — so writing on this … Continue reading

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Cultural Interfaces: Research Blogging, Fall 2008

This week, my students begin their research blogging assignment, which asks them to post a blog entry that focuses on their assessment of a specific source, interview, survey results, or even their own developing argument as part of their research … Continue reading

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Cultural Interfaces – Research Projects and Blogging, Spring 2008

Over the next five weeks, students from my sophomore-level Cultural Interfaces class will be posting blog entries about their research topics. More specifically, they have been asked to share their reflections on one particular source, research experience, or epiphany that … Continue reading

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Innovations in Education

The sophomores in my Cultural Interfaces class have just received an assignment that asks them each to contribute one post to this blog that engages with a source related to their research topic. I’m asking them to blog according to … Continue reading

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