Author Archives: Meg Ridenour

Emerging Media & Digital Arts Minor

I found Bobby Arellano’s visit to our classroom very interesting.  In particular, the new Emerging Media and Digital Arts minor has caught my attention.  This minor will allow me to expand my English degree to include a media component.  Also, … Continue reading

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Interview with Dr. John Kalb

Dr. John Kalb is a Chiropractor and Wellness Coach practicing in downtown Ashland, Oregon.  He is the author of two books, Steamed Greens for the Spirit and his new one, Winning at Aging, which will be on shelves in June … Continue reading

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Paper Topic–Children’s Literature

While tossing around ideas for potential paper topics, I kept coming back to children’s literature.  This is because I will be studying abroad this summer in London and the topic of the course is children’s literature.  In particular, we will … Continue reading

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Blogs, Twitter, YouTube, – Oh, My!

The internet has given us many avenues to express our thoughts and make them available for public consumption.  From the various blog sites available (livejournal, blogspot, wordpress) to  140 character updates on twitter, popular amongst celebrities and politicians, to posting … Continue reading

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Blackstone Audio Observations

Thus far, the guest speakers from Blackstone Audio, Craig Black and Rick Bleiweiss, have been the most interesting to me.  I was especially struck by the software they showed our class that both reads to you, highlights the word the … Continue reading

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