About Michael J. Faris
Assistant Professor of English with research areas in digital literacy, privacy and social media, and queering rhetorics.
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Here’s the powerpoint presentation we used during our presentation at the Symposium for Teaching and Learning with Technology at Penn State on Saturday. I’m not sure how useful it is without our actual presentation (i.e., talking), but I thought I’d … Continue reading
An undergraduate student here interviewed me a few weeks ago about using iPads in my tech writing course. Here’s her journalism project on e-readers. I make an appearance 🙂
We got some press at PSU Live: In summer 2010 Penn State’s Education Technology Services (ETS) bought 40 iPad tablet computers for faculty and student projects. Michael Faris, an instructor in the Department of English, planned a technical writing course … Continue reading
I have a number of friends and acquaintances who have gotten iPads recently, and I keep getting asked what my favorite iPad apps are and what ones I would suggest. So, I thought I would list some here. I’m not … Continue reading