New definition meets old

Text the library!

I chose this picture because I love the contrast shown for the meaning of TEXT: it is a word with many meanings being applied to something most of us do every day on our phones. Better yet, we are asked to receive a text from the library with information. The old and the new meet via an old word used in a new way.

I am in my last term in the MET program and, along with 590, I am excited to finally take the course that first caught my eye when I was researching the program. Long ago, I majored in Classics with a minor in Latin. I studied linguistics as part of my ESL teacher training. I think this course spoke to me because it seemed most familiar as I read the various course descriptions!

I am instructor at Kwantlen Polytechnic University in Richmond, BC and live in South Surrey where I try to enjoy easy access to beautiful beaches and lovely walking trails. I am joining a choir this year to nurture my soul and taking a Pilates class to nurture my body and hopefully offset too many hours at the computer!

Looking forward to working with you all!


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3 Responses to New definition meets old

  1. ajevne says:

    Hi Lynette,

    Good image. The “text” on the poster would have made no sense a few years ago.

    I’m actually wearing a Kwantlen Polytechnic University tshirt right now. It was given to me at a leadership conference last year. Great shirt.

    Enjoy the course.

  2. Gordana Jugo says:

    Hi Lynette,

    Great to working with you again. A picture illustrates complexity of meanings of word text.


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