Connecting online and offline

The work  that happens online all week is clearly informing our conversations in class, and we’ve had good discussions in person, as well. Now let’s close the loop, and use the blog to reflect and build on what we’ve done together during class – keeping those conversations going after 2 pm on Wednesdays.

You can post a brief comment, or link to a longer one that you post on your own page. (Folks are already replying to the previous post with questions and suggestions about technical issues, so that’s a great model.)

Let’s focus here on thinking about what work we do on line, what we do in person, and how to weave them together.

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