Monthly Archives: October 2012

Autistic Children Using i-Pads

Autistic Children Using the i-Pad—An English 1A Student’s Research Paper My English 1A class has the lofty goal of using the digital medium to encourage written reflection (in the form of traditional composition) on the digital and print media.  This … Continue reading

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Rip Van Winkle Wanders Into Web 2.0

Attending the 2009 Conference on College Composition and Communication By Jeff Goldthorpe Once upon a time, a “youthful” thirty-four year old graduate student in composition worked on an edgy thesis on integrating visual media into writing classes.  Rip even gave … Continue reading

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