Monthly Archives: December 2013

Google can read our minds. Say what?

We knew it would happen, but that doesn’t mean we’re ready for it. In the article, “Google Files Creepy Patent to Automate Your Social Media Voice,” Slate discusses their work with Arizona State University and the New America Foundation  on a project … Continue reading

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While I have been researching over the past several weeks, I’ve continued to come across Troy Hicks, a well-known, seemingly established scholar in the digital literacies field. In fact, Troy’s work focuses on digital writing and digital teaching, a major … Continue reading

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Digital Literacy: What’s Next?

As we prepare our final projects and presentations, I thought it might be helpful to think back on what we’ve learned so far in the semester as well as what we have yet to learn. Remember when we talked about … Continue reading

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