1. Sandy Brown Jensen

    Stay Fluid


    National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute at Lane Community College Digital Humanities at the Community College 

    If we talk about literacy, we have to talk about how to enhance our children’s mastery over the tools needed to live intelligent, creative, and involved lives: I know! Let’s start with the …

  2. lisadise

    Babies and Facebook – Chapter 6 Reading Response


    Disclaimer: This is not my baby  Photo from Pixabay

    For this week’s reading we were asked to choose between two chapters to read.  I chose to read Chapter 6: Everyday practices in online social networking.

    This chapter focuses on how people use social networking and the implications of social networking. …

  3. lisadise

    Blank Space Moms – Week 5 critique


    For this week’s critique I am choosing to evaluate the YouTube video: Taylor Swift – “Blank Space” PARODY (Mom Version) created and uploaded to YouTube by user WhatsUpMoms.

    This video is a short story of the life of a mother of (a) toddler(s). I chose this video because it directly …

  4. emilysmayy

    Ode to the DJ


    I have to say, I struggled a lot with our week five DS106 Mashup Assignment. I probably spent entirely way too long sifting through the assignment bank in search of something that felt like a good choice and related to my focal theme of emotional expression through creativity. I kept …

  5. emilysmayy

    Response to Lankshear and Knoble New Literacies: Chapter Five


    So far, we’ve been learning a great deal about the notion of “new literacies” beginning with concepts and theories to some everyday practices. In chapter five, Lankshear and Knoble discuss blogs and wikis as they relate to participatory and collaborative literacy practices. For the purposes of this post, I’d like …

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