Humanities students are not used to failure. They want to get it right the first time. When they are new to the game, they want to get good grades on what are essentially first drafts. Once they learn how much work it is to write and edit a really good essay, their goals shift—from getting [...]
Hayles is an established authority on a humanities-centered approach to human-computer interactions, and My Mother Was a Computer (2005) is her third book on the topic.
At times she writes with the expectation that her readers already know some foundational topics that she may have spent more time introducing in her previous books.
In the [...]
“I can understand why readers like them so much, and in my position I have to follow the trends,” she said. “Even when I can’t stand them.”
So until the trend dies, we’ve compiled a list of do’s, don’ts and best practices for [...]
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I know what you’re thinking: Why get a Kindle Touch when you already have an iPad, provided graciously by none other than Seton Hill University? That’s simple. The Kindle Touch’s 6” display features the most advanced E Ink Pearl to date. The biggest advantage to E Ink is it’s anti-glare feature. While there will still [...]