I have five classes and I am enjoying them so far.
I did get a bit ahead of myself in two classes, because I assumed a greater familiarity with computers than some of my students actually had. But they still managed to get started and blog. (Go read their stuff at Davis English Addendum.
I’m going to have my other classes read and comment, trying to create a confluence of academia through this one blog portal.
… I’m a little po’ed about CEA’s “fragmented blogs” comment, which was just a throw away line in their conference inivitation.
We live in a world atomized into text messages and jump cuts, socially constructed snippets on networking sites, fragmented blogs and news bites, ones and zeroes.
Is that atomized like reduced to atoms? So the world has been destroyed by texting, networking sites, blogs, and programming?
Don’t think so.
Odd perspective that.