Recent Event Highlights: Myths of Digital Literacy, Andrea Lunsford on the Myths of Digital Literacy, and 7 more...
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Anno Domini performing live at Hayes Barton Baptist church on 2/21/2010 featuring soloists: Patrick Angle and Louisa Monroe. Anno Domini is an a Capella college student ensemble from NC State, Meredith College and Wake Tech. The Sunday services are broadcast live weekly @ 11AM on Fox50 in Raleigh. www.hbbc.net Group members include: Kaley Lunsford, Meredith College; Katlyn Malloy, NC State; Ben Neufang, NC State; Chad Batton, NC State; Corey Green, NC State; Janna Crawford, NC State; Katie McMillan, Meredith College; Jacob Iraggi, Wake Tech; Patrick Angle, NC State; Andrea Pinchac, NC State; Brandy Lynn Furr, NC State; Louisa Monroe, Meredith College Also - Michael Cherry, NC State sang with AD at the Deacons Banquet but was not able to sing at this service.
(Oct. 11, 2009) A panel discussion exploring the past, present, and future of this important genre of writing with Stanford professors Andrea Lunsford, Dan Edelstein, Nicholas Jenkins and Robert Harrison. The essay is a powerful tool for students, scholars, educators and anyone else who wants to persuade and communicate effectively. In a time when anyone's thoughts can be published almost instantaneously on the web, appreciating the power and understanding the elements of an incisive essay is more pertinent then ever. Stanford University: www.stanford.edu The Human Experience: Inside the Humanities at Stanford University: www.humanexpierience.stanford.edu Stanford University Channel on YouTube www.youtube.com
This program asks the question, "Is technology destroying our ability to write or reviving it?" Watch this fascinating discussion on the new age of digital communication. Guests include: Andrea Lunsford is professor of English and Director of the Program in Writing and Rhetoric at Stanford University. She is the principal investigator of the Stanford Study of Writing. Alice Robison is an assistant professor in the rhetoric, composition, and linguistics program in the English department at Arizona State University. Get more information at her webpage or on Twitter. Nichole Pinkard is the Director of Innovation for the University of Chicagos Urban Education Institute. Mark Federman is a researcher at the Ontario Insitute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. Read his Blog at: whatisthemessage.blogspot.com. For a full version of the program, go to: tinyurl.com
As Facebook, Twitter and the internet change how we communicate, how does that effect literacy? Andrea Lunsford the director of writing and rhetoric at Stanford University shares her findings.
Yes, it was crazy.
love, murder and betrayal compliments of the DiMera family whose one talent seems to be their ability for destruction...their own and anyone else in the vicinity. This includes most all the players from last year's Brady~DiMera vendetta storyline, Stefano, Shawn Sr., Andre, Lexie, EJ and Sami, Tony and Anna, Marlena and John, Bo, Benji, Steve and Kayla, Colleen and Santo song is Tremo E T'Amo from Andrea Bocelli
For the article "Performing Writing, Performing Literacy," Beth McGregor embodies her first-year writing process. By dramatizing the value of "accepting all offers," she explains how early college writers can use principles from improv to address the challenges of early college writing. The essay "Performing Writing, Performing Literacy" by Jenn Fishman, Andrea Lunsford, Beth McGregor, and Mark Otuteye appears in College Composition and Communication 57.2 (2005): 224-252.
this is a video of english 9 class last year with mr fry. this video really does not need a description because im sure by watching it that we are all scared and have no hope to see anything like it again, ever again. in fact this movie is so freekish and scary that the devil himself might even kringe and think of ways to destroy it or hide it in a place where he is never reminded of it or cannot get it under any circumstances. of coarse when i say devil i mean our scary geography teacher from last year, the hensly. i find it amazing that after say what i have i am still here and not struck by a lightning bolt and/or burnt to a crisp by the demonic powers of...it(Geography teacher). i hope that when you see this short video it does not scar you too bad as it contains such horrid footage of the wild and wicked witch of west virginia and the poor unfortunate victim andrea lunsford. please also note that i was luckly not hurt in the making of this film as the camera was hidden and it actiully still working, although that still puzzles me. in conclusion i hope and pray that you remain in your seat as much as possible, keeping your hands , feet, legs, and head inside the chair at all times and refrain from screaming until you lose your hearing, and not to show to many signs of light headedness and the extreme urge to barf. i know i did.
This video documents a performance by Lennie Johnson in Vienna in 2002. Corbett Lunsford fell in love with the visuals and replaced the German pop song she was dancing to with a song of his own. The tempo was easy to determine, but writing lyrics in English based on the lip movements of German lip-synching... that was tricky.