A tagxedo for my blog
(CLICK ON THE IMAGE!)
A link to Tom Engelhardt’s blog at The Nation previewing an essay by Lewis Lapham on the impact of the internet on language and freedom in which Lapham calls digital communication “a language meant to be disposable.” God save the book (that has no advertising blinking in its pages).
This post’s title is a quote from Lewis Lapham’s essay.
The links cited in my paper are compiled here.
Copyright and Fair Use: Trends and Resources for 21st Century Scholars from Johns Hopkins University Library (the most comprehensive site for this topic I have found; many videos and teaching resources)
Legal Guide for Bloggers from Electronic Frontier Foundation
CCCC Position Statement on Teaching, Learning, and Assessing Writing in Digital Environments
ALA Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education
New Literacies and Classroom Practice
Draw diagrams online