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Unit 1: How People See

This week’s reading was on the section “How People See”. Many of the topics covered in this reading were familiar to me, but what was interesting was the science behind why we see how we see.  268 more words

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How do I use the "Star Rating" system?

Last night before bed I watched a video called the Goodreads Tag! One of the questions was “Do you use the star rating system? Why or why not?” So I decided to change this question around and make it “How do you use the star rating system?”. 60 more words

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Workshop on CCCC 2015 Proposals, Troy Moore Library, Department of English, GSU

Faculty: Dr. Pullman, Dr. Hocks, Dr. Burmester, and Dr. Holmes

PhD students

30-40% proposals will be published. 

It is better in general to put together a panel if you can. 34 more words

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Deadline for comments on the reading... :(

Guys, it’s 2pm. some of you have sent me your responses to the article by email (nice!) but I haven’t heard from the rest… Sorry that you missed this chance again.

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Reading Response #11: Understanding Privilege and Otherness

For Thursday’s class, you read Peggy McIntosh’s “White Privilege: The Invisible Knapsack” and Gloria Anzeldua’s “How to Tame a Wild Tongue.” Both pieces work with the issue of racial/ethnic identity and privilege from two different perspectives. 87 more words

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Reading Response #10: Gaming and Social Media

For Steven Johnson’s “Why Games Are Good for You” and S. Craig Watkins’ “From the Young and the Digital,” write a reading response in which you explore the authors’ rhetorical choices. 72 more words

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