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Works of literary criticism demand that you can begin to believe that your respect for your own original thoughts, analysis, doubts, and questions equals your esteem for the words already inside the volume.
Howard Rheingold gestures toward a practice of digital mindfulness that is refreshing and responsible. He writes, “Today’s digital literacies can make the difference between being empowered or manipulated, serene or frenetic . . . digital literacy is something powerful we can learn as well as exercise for ourselves and each other.” Read more…
Writing cannot know how it will be excerpted, repurposed, discovered, reimagined, plagiarized, undone.
Sean Michael Morris
Students are evolving. The student 2.0 is an altogether different animal from the student 1.0. And our classrooms are ecosystems, an environment all their own, where we each must decide how to engage this new species of student. Read more…