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    Making Toast- And other Creative Adventures


    Creativity is an illusive idea, most commonly it is thought of as something that you have or you don’t.  However, as humans, we all have the inate ability to learn and conceive, remember and imagine.  These qualities all make up a creative mind, it’s simply a matter of perspective.

    After …

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    Final Reflection and Portfolio for INTE 5340



    Mother Natures cure for stress, the natural Zen Garden. I could read stories by this all day long!

    When I reflect back over this course it does feel like a blur. Perhaps, this is due to the fact that I had to take a break in order to complete …

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    Week 7: Reflective Summary


    The content of this week was important, relevant, and slightly disturbing. The realization that we have so far to go when it comes to having real conversations around privilege, power, and whiteness is unnerving. The readings brought me back to a time where my job was to learn, discuss, challenge, …

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    Week 7: Digital Story Telling Critique


    I wanted to come back to my original inspiration for choosing my theme for this course, Dr. Brene Brown. I was delighted when I found this short animated film that overlays one of her talks.

    What types of “involvement” – and by the author/creator(s), participant(s), and/or audience – are…
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    Reading Response: Week 7


    I have always been interested in narrative and the power of telling a story. Storytelling has passed down family tales, folklore, connection, and meaning making. There is also great responsibility in the stories we tell the public and ourselves. As Kress asserts, “The world told is different from the world …

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    Week 6 Reflective Summary: Getting Back Into the Flow


    Returning to the course a year after starting my work brought a mixed bag of challenges. Taking time to figure out where I left off required relearning some of the simple things like posting in WordPress, creating links, and remembering the flow of the course were required. When I opened …