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Intermediate Composition - 27th January, “Race, Rhetoric, and Technology: Searching for Higher Ground” by Adam J. Banks Response

1. Banks places an emphasis between race and technology because even though he says that no technology, software system, or internet website should be racist, evidence of racism is present in technological databases. 413 more words

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Intermediate Composition - 22 January, Literacy Task #1 Response

In regards to the Literacy Task #1 writing assignment, I feel confident about my personal stance in the connection with technology and writing, and how the two cooperate with each other, as well as how the two collide, both outside and inside the classroom. 195 more words

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Intermediate Composition - 22nd January, Writing: Pass and Fail

A failure story in my experiences with auto-correct in writing on Microsoft Word is the time when I was writing a paper for a class about two semesters ago. 358 more words

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Intermediate Composition - 20th January, “Examining Digital Literary Practices on Social Network Sites” by Amber Buck Response

1. According to Amber Buck’s research of social networking, I do not relate to her test subject, Ronnie, in that I am not as interactive into the online communities as he is. 430 more words

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Growing Up with Technology

During my childhood, I did have a computer in my house. We only had one, and it was for the entire family to use for games, schoolwork, and business work. 269 more words

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Intermediate Composition - 15th January, "The politics of the program: MS WORD as the invisible grammarian” by Tim McGee and Patricia Ericsson Response

1. The Microsoft Grammar Checker has not affected me in terms of my writing because I never heavily relied on Microsoft Grammar Checker when typing papers and documents on Microsoft Word. 514 more words

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Intermediate Composition - 13th January, “Technology and Literacy” by Cynthia L. Selfe Summary

Cynthia L. Selfe’s article, “Technology and Literacy,” explores the idea and argument how serious advancements in technology are severely affecting the education system in the United States, as well as literacy rates between students. 107 more words

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