Posts Tagged ‘teaching’

5 Jan

Teaching loads and research.

Research came grinding to a halt this fall because not only did I have more classes, they were also all [&hellip

13 Oct

Slides from CCCC 2009

I just noticed that I never posted the slides from my talk at the 2009 Conference on College Composition and [&hellip

8 Oct

Blogging and the Paperless Class.

I recently manned (womanned? personed?) a table at our school’s little tech fair; my subject was this post’s title. I [&hellip

5 Apr

CCCC panel–Web 2.0 Wavelengths: Examining Spaces Created Within Electronic Discourse

Missed the first speaker–my stupid business center could not print my slides…. 😛 2 Jennifer Buckner spoke about using Pownce [&hellip

18 Jan

Why Teach ABout Social Media Using Social Media

Howard Rheingold speaks briefly and succinctly about his reason for doing this.  I agree. Click To Play Another cool thing [&hellip

18 Jan

Teaching alternatives ways of searching

I was reading a draft of a paper for Bernard about democritizing web searches.  I won’t go into the details [&hellip

12 Jan

Encouraging classroom participation

After trying a variety of different tools, I’ve come to some conclusions: IRC chatrooms work much better for discussion than [&hellip

4 Jan

New Media (or whatever we call it) at the MLA

From 27-30 December I made the traditional pilgrimage of English faculty everywhere to the annual conference of the Modern Language [&hellip

17 Sep

Her Literacy Narrative

OK, I asked the students in my graduate seminar on teaching composition and literature to write a literacy narrative–the story [&hellip

8 Sep

The effect of habitual contexts on tone

Sounds complicated, but all I actually mean is that for a long time I’ve used IRC, IM, and email to [&hellip

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