Monthly Archives: March 2011

Here, Hear Ulmer (Or, U Might Learn Electracy, Really)

Today professor Ulmer visited University of South Florida to give a talk on electracy and have a discussion with our graduate students. I had the pleasure of introducing Professor Ulmer. Here’s my introduction (I have some notes from the talk … Continue reading

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With a Little Help from My Friends

I have other things that need to get done. Deadlines that have passed. Deadlines that approach. But I’m going to take 30 minutes to write something. This has been brewing for awhile, but I have neither energy nor time to … Continue reading

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Help Save the National Writing Project

David Beard called attention to the killing of the Striving Readers and National Writing Project over on the Blogora today. I repost an email posted by David: David Beard, Federal legislation for Striving Readers and the National Writing Project passed … Continue reading

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