Don’t Fear the Tweeter

This has been a year of speaking–literally from New York to California to Texas–spreading the iTunes, flipped class, social media word as it relates to journalism. The winter brought trips to Apple on both coasts–a “showcase” event filmed in New York and an Education Seminar filmed in Cupertino, Calif.–as well as an appearance at SXSWedu…

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A Writing Fiend

I have been writing like a wild person this summer–and it’s been awesome. I didn’t really realize how many articles I had been writing until I posted the links on my Story Archives page, and saw I’m working on better than a piece a month for the Columbus’ best magazines. And the people I have…

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Entering the World of Law

Semesters have started, and so far so good. To be honest, my magazine class is no that different from my class under quarters. Of course, our shortened summer and the fact I am devoting hours each week to restructuring all my classes to 50 minutes per day, four days a week are keeping things hopping,…

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Discovering American Lives and Audio Storytelling with Ira Glass

I have become obsessed with “This American Life,” Ira Glass‘ weekly audio foray on Public Radio International into the stories of quirky, colorful characters that make our country what it is. Each themed episode, introduced by Glass, is broken into chapters that illustrate the main issue–from “Kid Politics,” featuring a visit to the Ronald Reagan…

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