Monthly Archives: March 2015

LEAP #3: Deconstructing a YouTube Video

For this assignment, I deconstructed an episode of Derek Waters’s show Drunk History, commenting on the creative process, representation, and what makes it comical. Advertisements

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I have an academic crush on Gloria Anzaldúa.

There are many reasons why this week’s readings speak to me.  Why don’t I just mestiza this post up by using a nice little numbered list to tell you about them? Crossing Borderlands is just a much more pleasant book to … Continue reading

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Multimedia Reflective Essay #1: Ideas, Applications and Connections, Oh My!

Our seminar in digital authorship has helped to water a lot of my thoughts, opinions and experiences of digital literacy.  Before I did the Digital Literacy Institute two summers ago, I wouldn’t have placed myself very far along the continuum of … Continue reading

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