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Making Connections – Finding Balance & Meaning In Text Driven Societies

Hi All, In order to make this a useful reflection and connection piece, I will try to pull out some key themes that resinated with me during this course and make an important connection between the ubiquitous nature of text … Continue reading

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Final Project – Collaboration In Digital Enviroments

Hi All, For our final project, Christine, Eva and I decided to build a website in order to unpack the topic of Collaboration. Our Purpose: To unpack Collaboration from a corporate, mainstream, and educational perspective Provide a “space” for all … Continue reading

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Rip.Mix.Feed. – YouTube

Rip.Mix.Feed – YouTube – Collaboration – iMovie What motivated you to explore the application(s) you used? I used YouTube and iMovie.  Why?  YouTube is my “go to” source for when I need to hear and see someone discussing/explaining a topic. … Continue reading

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Collaboration Of Conscience

It is difficult to imagine a world without text. The written word is imbedded in every aspect of our lives as we rely on text to participate in natural and virtual environments. In Orality & Literacy (1982), Walter Ong provides … Continue reading

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Module 1 Summary – “Collaboration Inspires Ideas”

All of the introductions posted on our Weblog inspired me to think deeply about a wide variety of issues and topics related to text and technology. Some themes and topics that currently engage my thinking are: “Teens & Texting” How … Continue reading

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Introduction: Steve Holmberg

Hi Everyone, Why I like This Picture: I like this picture because it asks us to consider the very important question of “why” when we decide to use vehicles of text and technology (yes, the automobile was considered new and … Continue reading

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