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Category Archives: writing
Our class on digital media has covered many topics, a majority of which have been in relation to creative media. In my personal future of nursing, real world application in the workplace for digital media would be limited to simulated anatomy tech and record-keeping; I mean, pagers are still used in many hospitals, so digital media? relevant, […] Continue reading
Historians take a lot of notes. I discovered my love of note taking while reading Tolkien. The detailed lists, genealogies and summaries I created as a child are still with me. I experimented with different forms of note taking back … Continue reading → Continue reading
1. There used to be a name for gifted people like Aiko. Tobi ga taka wo umu, or a hawk born from kites. Only now, everyone can be a hawk. 2. If you ask for her most treasured memory, she’ll tell you it’s a scent. Ask her for her favorite story, and she’ll say it’s a song. […] Continue reading
A new academic year brings new and retuning staff to the Writing Studio. I am a new writing consultant and have joined Megan as a contributor to this blog. My name is William Fernandez Hardin and I am a Ph.D. … Continue reading → Continue reading
So there I was: it was the third week of December, and I had one more chapter to write to complete my second dissertation draft (instead of writing and revising one chapter at a time, I wrote complete and subsequent … Continue reading → Continue reading
I’ve heard time and time again how important it is to “get published” before going on the job market. But, honestly, it’s kind of scary to submit parts of your dissertation-in-progress with the possibility of its repeated (and sometimes unexplained) … Continue reading → Continue reading