Archive for June, 2012

Writing a day one blog post implies the tyranny of day two, but I’ll only commit to a wrap up in case I don’t get back to this 🙂 First, an impression of the Media Ecology Association community. Great diversity of ages and faces and lots of academic rigor in the audience. For every Sherry […]

E-books are turning the publishing and reading worlds upside down. Not only are people reading more e-books and online material, more people are publishing in new ways. Books themselves are changing from static content to resources that create a rich library of resources and social media connectivity. On Thursday, June 7, 2012, Teresa Sturgess and […]