Tag: social media

Tweeting Responses: A Failed Experiment

As a writing instructor, I am constantly working to try and get my classes to synthesize information and communicate it out as succinctly as possible. It’s one of the main parts of my job, to be honest. That’s why, when I first came up with the idea of “tweeting responses,” I thought maybe social media …

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Progress Blog #1 : Composition in a Digital Age

This fall semester, I’m doing something new with my online composition classes. It’s something I’m not really sure they are going to like. It’s something I’m not sure I’m going to like either. But that’s sort of the point of humanities education, right? Trying to communicate in new and more profound ways the various experiences …

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