Category Archives: Teaching

To all my friends who teach introductory English classes…

Check out this great How to Write a Resume page that Sara at Mahalo put together. It’s really thorough and I think will be a great resource for teachers. I wish I’d had it when I was teaching 101 and … Continue reading

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God, John[ny], and The Wandering Jew Are Americans

The full title of this old paper of mine is God, John[ny], and The Wandering Jew Are Americans: Manifestations of Biblical Legends/Myths of Immortality Within Late 20th Century Popular Culture. You can find it here in html format, and here … Continue reading

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Games as literature

Trevor has a cool post up discussing the possibilities of Games as Literature and a class he is framing around this concept. Very cool stuff. Hey, Trevor. We should take this class together. It’ll be good research for the class … Continue reading

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C.K., why haven’t you been posting like crazy?

Well, title to this post, because I’ve been super duper busy. That has not changed, but I’m still waiting for the coffee to take effect this morning, so I thought I’d jump start my synapses by getting a little blogging … Continue reading

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Locked out of Pedagogue blog…

Well, that was short lived. For some reason, I’m locked out of the blog I set up over at edublogs. It keeps giving me an “incorrect username” error and then “incorrect password” error, and no matter what I plug in, … Continue reading

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Thinking about Academic uses of podcasting…

The Librivox project, mentioned below started me thinking on different ways to use podcasts in an educational setting, beyond the expected use as an “audio lecture.” I have presented several papers at conferences that I haven’t ever posted online, as … Continue reading

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Howtoons

Phil Windley talks about Howtoons, which Doc linked to over a week ago, but I lost the link in the shuffle: One of the fun things I discovered at OSCON was Howtoons, a collection of cartoons that teach kids how … Continue reading

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