Lore: An E-Journal for Teachers (and kind of a public service from major comp/rhet textbook publisher Bedford-St.Martin’s) has a new section/entry/update/issue (I’m not sure the best term) about using blogs to teach and to supplement the academic life. Click right here to go directly to that part of the Lore. I haven’t had a chance to look at this too closely yet, but it looks like some interesting reflections.
- What I Learned from My Crappy Student Evaluations on
- Academic Partnerships, “False EMU” in the news, and finding a concluding “hook” to my book project on
- The random opportunities of an alt-ac career path on
- Where was I? Oh yeah, MOOCs on
- That horrible and strange article about writing by John G. Maguire on
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- What I Learned from My Crappy Student Evaluations
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- The end of the semester and a response to “The End of the College Essay”
- That horrible and strange article about writing by John G. Maguire
- More than three reasons why the five paragraph essay is bad
- Ave Maria, Florida: A brief photo tour
- Bruni should visit and write about the other 99%
- “We are all writers now”
- “Is Facebook Making Us Lonely?”
- So, what do we know about EMU’s new president, James M. Smith?