About Michael J. Faris
Assistant Professor of English with research areas in digital literacy, privacy and social media, and queering rhetorics.
This blog serves as a place to think through things, record thoughts, share interesting stuff, and hold conversations. Welcome!
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Category Archives: Blogs in Classrooms
I finally got around to reading Dennis Jerz’s summary and response to the CCCC panel I was on a few weeks ago. I think he pretty accurately conveyed what we discussed on the panel, as well as evaluated some of … Continue reading
This term, as I’ve discussed a bit before, I’m teaching Honors Rhetoric and Composition1 as part of the University’s project with Sony. We are checking out Sony’s ebook Reader and doing most of our course’s readings on this — either … Continue reading
â€¢ Metaspencer links to this master’s thesis on blogging in classrooms. I’ll have to read it sometime soon. â€¢ Steven Krause links to Cory Doctorow’s 17 Tips For Getting Bloggers To Write About You. Good tips for people with websites … Continue reading
Some interesting links: â€¢ Konrad Glogowski posts about his own voice in blogs while teaching 8th grade. I found his post really interesting in regards to personal voice and identity presentation/representation. An excerpt: What I am really concerned about, however, … Continue reading