Monthly Archives: May 2009

presenting at the bruce springsteen conference

I just got some of the best and potentially most fun conference news I’ve had in a while. My abstract, “Of Queens and Candy Aisles: Desire, Decaying Society, and the Literary Tradition of ‘Queen of the Supermarket,’” has been one … Continue reading

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using web 2.0 in the writing classroom

Before the spring semester started this past January I was interviewed by Eileen Stutzbach for Rowan University’s Techcast—a video podcast that showcases what is happening technology-wise at Rowan. I was asked to talk about how I am using Web 2.0 … Continue reading

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teaching students how to create meaningful tags

Ryancordell asked me to say a few words about teaching tagging to my students and I am very happy to do so. I have been trying to figure out how to teach tagging to my graduate and undergraduate students since … Continue reading

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