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Category Archives: Making Connections
FINAL THOUGHTS This course has been an amazing opportunity to consider the works of J.Bolter and Walter ONG among many other theorists/authors that we have been exposed to through our course readings. It has been really nice to interact with … Continue reading
This has been my first course in the MET program and I have enjoyed it very much. At the beginning, I was a little worried about my interest in the historical perspectives in Walter Ong’s book. I often had to … Continue reading
Making Connections Leslie Dawes ETEC 540 After reading chapters 9 and 10 of Bolter (pp.189-213) and viewing the Community Weblog, I can reflect on my journey through ETEC 540 with a connection to self and fellow students. As Bolter states, … Continue reading
Connecting our lives away! As we arrive at the end of our course and we begin to reflect upon our process, it must be said that the growth of scholarly discussion on technology, text and digital literacy is exponential. Many … Continue reading
There have been many over the years that have eluded that to know where you are going, you must first understand where you’ve been. This course has been excellent in providing that perspective. I have learned a lot of … Continue reading
Frye was right. We’ve now moved the notion of reading horizontally rather than vertically online, and it is constantly changing the way we use text. This course has helped me gain a better understanding of how text has developed and … Continue reading
This course opened my eyes to the history of text and the emergence of multiliteracies. I watched the latest Robin Hood (with Russell Crow) a week or so ago. Set around 1200, I couldn’t help but notice how the written … Continue reading
For this final task I decided to try another activity – Wordle. I thought this might be a good exercise because in a way in links those words and phrases that have been integral to the journey. This journey has … Continue reading