Category Archives: Networked Rhetoric: Section 1

Video conference between Orebro and Stanford: International Perspectives on Oral Rhetoric

Today, students at Stanford University, U.S.A. and Orebro University, Sweden, will be meeting through marratech video conference to engage in analysis and oral rhetoric activities about contemporary speeches.  They have been preparing for this encounter for a few weeks now, … Continue reading

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Video Games: 21st Century Classrooms

This post was written by a student in the Stanford’s Winter 2011 Networked Rhetoric class; it was designed to focus in on a particular source or research experience related to his project on social media and digital culture .  See a … Continue reading

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Simulating the Real World in Virtual Worlds

This post was written by a student in the Stanford’s Winter 2011 Networked Rhetoric class; it was designed to focus in on a particular source or research experience related to his project on social media and digital culture .  See a … Continue reading

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Twitter and Nonprofits–Finally getting the big picture

This post was written by a student in the Stanford’s Winter 2011 Networked Rhetoric class; it was designed to focus in on a particular source or research experience related to his/her project on social media and digital culture .  See a … Continue reading

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Polarizing the Internet One Site at a Time

This post was written by a student in the Stanford’s Winter 2011 Networked Rhetoric class; it was designed to focus in on a particular source or research experience related to his project on social media and digital culture .  See a … Continue reading

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