Topic: Reading & Writing

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By Emily England on Sep 20th, 2014
In Digital History: A Guide to Gathering, Preserving, and Presenting the Past on the Web, authors Daniel J. Cohen and Roy Rosenzweig survey the state...
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By Ian Bussan on Sep 20th, 2014
            There are certain figures in academia who have become synonymous with certain...
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By Katie Warczak on Sep 20th, 2014
In an age of “born-digital” literature created and circulated on the Internet, many “books” have come to be more than books, incorporating elements...
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By Tess Henthorne on Sep 19th, 2014
“There have never been more ways to communicate with one another than there are right now.” – from Nancy Baym's Personal Connections in the...
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By Madalyn Rose on Sep 19th, 2014
Reading The Tyranny of E-mail: The Four-Thousand-Year Journey to Your Inbox, John Freeman’s 2009 exploration into the state of communication in the...
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By Isabelle Ciaramitaro on Sep 18th, 2014
          The book Proust and the Squid: the story and science of the reading brain by Maryanne Wolf journeys into the...
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By Wanufi Teshome on Sep 9th, 2014
I had two dialogs about my research topic, one over the phone with my sister, another with my friend over chat. I think that everyone knows that...
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By Meredith Carroll on Sep 9th, 2014
When I think of note-taking, a few words spring to mind: jotting, sketching, even doodling. When I home in on my own note-taking, the associations...
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