Author Archives: Steve Krause

The End is Near!

Of course you should watch this last video from me, but a few important points I’m trying to make: I’m commenting right now on your social media reflection essays, your web sites, and your 444 portfolios. My hope/goal is to … Continue reading

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Peer review for the Text to Hypertext project

I think peer review went pretty well last time, I suspect for two reasons. First, we have gotten to know each other (even though it’s an online class!), and I think that familiarity with each other makes it a lot … Continue reading

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Semester of Social Media Essay: do we need a de-brief on this?

I’ve gotten a couple of questions via email from a couple of you about the essay part of the Semester of Social Media essay, and it makes me wonder: do we need to have a broader discussion on this? Are … Continue reading

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Andrew D.’s Interview with Rebekah Humphries

Our last (but not least!) graduate student interview of this semester comes from Andrew. It’s an interview with Rebekah Humphries, who had (though not any longer? I’m not sure about that) a major role in the Kiwanis of Michigan, and she … Continue reading

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Peer Review for the Semester of Social Media Project

  While we’ve been through some peer review already this semester, now we’re moving into what I guess I would describe as a more “traditional” and extensive peer review on the Semester of Social Media essay project, which is also … Continue reading

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Rachel N.’s Interview with Danielle Devota at MSU

Welcome back after the break! Our third graduate student presentation comes from Rachel N. This presentation is an interview with Danielle Devosta, who is the Communications Coordinator at Michigan State University and formerly a Marketing Associate and Social Media Manager for … Continue reading

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Pre-Thanksgiving update and lots of links to things to think, FWIW

You should watch the video, of course, but a summary of it and a bit about the links below: Don’t forget: I’m making myself available to meet with anyone who is interested to talk about some of the technicalities of … Continue reading

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Scott B.’s Project: An interview with Ann Arbor YMCA Communications Director Jan Hack

The second grad student “up” for discussion this week is Scott and his project with Jan Hack at the Ann Arbor YMCA.  Here’s a link to the interview. There’s reference to the YMCA’s web site in the interview, so I thought … Continue reading

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Ja’La’s Graduate Project: An Interview with Debra Stewart

This is where we’ll talk about the first of our graduate students’ projects/presentations, this one an interview with Debra Stewart by Ja’La W. What I would recommend is that you all go read the interview that Ja’La has set up … Continue reading

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“Can’t Stop the Fandom: Writing Participation in the Firefly ’Verse”

This is where we’ll talk about Liza Potts’ “Can’t Stop the Fandom: Writing Participation in the Firefly ’Verse.” In some ways, this might not be quite as useful this term as it has been in the past when I’ve done this assignment … Continue reading

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