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Dissertation Scrapbooking: Textual and Sonic Reflections

Here are some reflections on my dissertation presented at the Center of Writing Studies Symposium, May 2014.

I envisioned my presentation today as a book event. 1,193 more words


What Will It Take?

I’m starting to get a bit frustrated about multi-modal progress in Omaha. While the city administration seems to react positively to concerns and ideas, in practice they don’t seem to get it. 660 more words


To read, about monomodal vs multimodal text

Archer, A. (2006). A multimodal approach to academic ‘literacies’: Problematising the visual/verbal divide. Language and Education, 20(6), 449-462.

Flewitt, R. (2008). Multimodal literacies. Desirable literacies: Approaches to language and literacy in the early years, 122-139. 196 more words


I’m reading The Available Means of Persuasion as I sift through readings for my forthcoming graduate courses. Helping students grapple with dense ideas of rhetoric, digital media, digital media literacy, digital rhetoric, and media literacy (literacies, etc.) requires students read a breadth of approaches. 527 more words

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Process Reflection for Multimodal Project

Upon receiving the assignment to create a Digital Story, I really did not know where to start as I was unfamiliar with video-editing software like iMovie.   164 more words

Interview Process Reflection

This piece was a very different piece compared to the ones we’ve done in this class previously. It was a sort of combination of the photo essay and the mock interview. 193 more words

Britain - a Free Trade Zone?

Forget increasing the number of Free Trade Zones at and around UK ports, real thought should be given to whether Britain could become a nationwide FTZ, a panel discussion at Multimodal heard today. 244 more words