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Stick a fork in it

For your final blog post (due 4/23), I’d like you to look back at the semester and take stock of the wonderful work you did, as well as the work we did together. Think of your audience for your post…

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Materialities of Literacy (Synthesis of class on Mar 26)

We began class with reviews of books that, by lucky chance, both drew on certain materialities of literacy: Justin on Ted Striphas’s The Late Age of Print, and reb50 on Jody Shipka’s Toward a Composition Made Whole. While we didn’t…

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Resources I keep forgetting to share

Hi, digital-literates! Great to see you again last night. I’ve been meaning to point you all to this fabulous piece by Richard Miller (a Pitt grad alum!) on “Reading in Slow Motion” (in pdf).  The accompanying blog post, “So Much…

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Logo

Justin mentions that he wishes he could play around with Logo, and Lauren shared a site with us that lets us play with Logo (which appears messed up now, but it was fine before… hmmm). At the risk of a little…

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Welcome!

Welcome to the blog site for Literacy & Technology, a graduate seminar at the University of Pittsburgh, Spring 2012. It’s accessible to the public, but only students in the seminar can register and post to it. If you’re a student in the…

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