September 4, 2007

Writing for Scholarly Publication: A Syllabus and E-Texts

Class Syllabus (Fall 2006)

"Scholarly Publication as an Indicator of Change" by Liza Allen

"Universities in Transition: The Promise and the Challenge of New Technologies" by Nicholas C. Burbules and Thomas A. Callister, Jr.

"Plagiarism and Scholarly Publications:An Ethical Analysis" by Donald Gotterbarn, Keith Miller, and John Impagliazzo

"How to Publish in Scholarly Journals" by Janette K. Klingner, David Scanlon, and Michael Pressley

A Journey in Writing for Scholarly Publications by E.R. Tee

August 28, 2007

Research Topics In Urban Education: Some E-Texts

“Global Capitalism and Urban Education� by David Baronov

“Tangling the Knot While Loosening the Strings� by Anthony L. Brown and Keffrelyn D. Brown

“Education in a Globalized Society� by Joseph Carroll-Miranda

“Writing Up Qualitative Research� by Ronald J. Chenail

“Participatory Democratic Education� by Luis Armando Gandin and Gustavo E. Fischman

“Grab� and Good Science: Writing Up the Results of Qualitative Research� by Jane F. Gilgun

Excerpts from The Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere by Jurgen Habermas

“Bring in da Noise, Bring in Du Bois� by kecia hayes

“Confronting the Challenges of Participatory Culture: Media Education for the 21st Century� by Henry Jenkins

“Democratic Urban Education: Imagining Possibilities� by Patrick M. Jenlink and Karen Embry Jenlink

“Introduction: The Power of Hope in the Trenches� by Joe L. Kincheloe, kecia hayes, Karel Rose, and Philip M. Anderson

“Rewriting the Curriculum for Urban Teacher Preparation� by Cynthia Onore

“Hollywood's Depiction of Urban Schools: Documentary or Fiction?� by Amanda M. Rudolph

“Rethinking Learning and Motivation in Urban Schools� by Robert Rueda and Myron H. Dembo

“Writing A Good Read: Strategies for Re-Presenting Qualitative Data� by Margarete Sandelowski

“On Social Imaginary� by Charles Taylor

“Objectivity in Educational Research� by Greg Wiggan

New Media Culture and Education: Syllabus, PowerPoint Slides, and E-Texts

New Media Culture and Education Syllabus (Fall 2006)

Fifth Study of the Internet by the Digital Future Project Finds Major New Trends in Online Use for Political Campaigns: Presented by the Center for the Digital Future, USC Annenberg School

Book Chapter: “Using Online Searches, Note-taking, Mapping, and Hypertextual Links to Collect, Record, Organize, and Connect Information and Ideas�

Book Chapter: “Digital Literature/Digital Storytelling�

Book Chapter: “Creating Digital Fiction, Poetry, and Nonfiction Stories�

PowerPoint Slides: “Old/New Media�

Power Point Slides: The Telegraph

August 26, 2007

Writing About Popular Music: Fiona Apple's 'Criminal'

August 20, 2007

New Media Culture: Some E-Texts

“The Work of Being Watched: Interactive
Media and the Exploitation of Self-Disclosure� by Mark Andrejevic

Excerpt from The Bias of Communication by Innis Harold

“Technology and Ideology- The Case of the Telegraph� by Carey James

“A Camera with a View: JenniCAM, visual representation, and cyborg subjectivity� by Krissi M. Jimroglou

“The Internet Under Siege� by Lawrence Lessig

“Politics After the Internet� by Yuval Levin

“What’s changed about new media? Introduction
to the fifth anniversary issue of new media & society� by Leah A. Liverouw

“Political Blogs: Craze or convention?� by Glidden, et al.

Excerpts from Amusing Ourselves to Death by Neil Postman

“What’s new about new media?� by Roger Silverstone

Excerpt from Make Room for TV: Television and the Family Ideal in Postwar America by Lynn Spigel

“Video Games and Computer Holding Power� by Sherry Turkle

“Pushing at the Boundaries of New Media Studies� by Nina Wakeford

"Blogging, Journalism, and Credibility: Battleground and Common Ground," conference report by Rebecca MacKinnon

“Literature and the Phonograph� by Henry Wells

August 19, 2007


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