This has been a enlightening and challenging class. The books we read lead way into fascinating discussions
that have caused me to re think many preconceived notions I have about;
metaphors, images, comic books, categorizing, the list goes on and on. Now that the semester is coming to an end we
find ourselves looking back over all we have learned. These questions are designed to try to help
us get an overview of the semester.
Hopefully they will help in our discussion.
I am sure that we each learned a great deal for
all of the books that we read for this class.
But if you had to chose, which do you think had; the biggest impact on
you, caused you to make foreseen and unforeseen connections, helped you to
grasp an unknown concept or see something in a new way, etc?
What connections or ideas are present from
author to author? What concepts do you
think that the authors would agree about?
What do you think that they would disagree about?
When working on the final project for this
course, were there any concepts from the reading that you focused on
specifically? (Of course we all tried to
pay attention to the lessons of the books but was there anyone that influenced
your project in particular?)
After using Twitter and the IAOC blog for the
past few months has your opinion changed about these forms of communication?
During the first few weeks of class we attempted
to identify possible information ecologies within Rowan. Now that we have read the remaining books and
completed the map project do you still agree with what we had originally
said? Are there any other ecologies that
Do you think that the information on your poster
presentation could be considered beautiful evidence? If not why? Is there
anything that could have been done differently to make it more so?