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Annotated Bibliography

Bourelle, Tiffany, Sherry Rankins-Robertson, Andrew Bourelle, and Doane Roen. “Assessing Learning in Redesigned Online First Year Composition Classes.” Digital Writing Assessment & Evaluation. Ed. Heidi A McKee and Dànielle Nicole DeVoss Logan, UT: Computers and Composition Digital Press/Utah State University Press, 2013. Web. This chapter discusses how the development of a new model of FYC…

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Reading Notes: Foucault (Week 3)

While reading The Archaeology of Knowledge,  I was particularly attuned to Foucault’s use of the term archaeology, since that seemed to be the central metaphor of the methodology. If I’m honest with myself, my first association with archaeology is probably Indiana Jones. From these movies, we get a view of archaeology as the project of trying…

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894 Reading Notes: How Stuff Works (Week 2)

For my topic for the How Stuff Works assignment, I was assigned internet basics, which was probably ideal since, though I use the internet countless times on a daily basis, I had never had much of an occasion to really think about how it actually worked. The articles that I read from HowStuffWorks.com connected nicely with…

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How Stuff Works: Internet Basics

Think you know the internet? Take this quiz from HowStuffWorks.com to see if you know truth from myth. While some in the class may be very familiar with the inner workings of the internet, I myself was relatively ignorant, so I decided to focus my post on the basics of how the internet works in…

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