Work in progress. . .

I come out of a Composition and Rhetoric background (and currently teach comp and critical thinking) and have always believed that writing is in a state of process (in class, we discuss “drafts”). One of the things I like about  blogging is that it feels very “in process” and not as formal as a “paper”. What I tend to do with my blog posts is post them in a draft form and then as the semester progresses I like to tweak them and add to them and revise them.

So in the spirit of a “work in progress”, here is my first reflection post on the foundational readings . . . I’ve divided it up into multiple posts because I had so much to say!

I’m calling the first post: asking the disruptive questions. . .

part 2 is Library 2.0

part 3 is Random thoughts

2 thoughts on “Work in progress. . .

  1. I hear you. I’m a serial tweaker when it comes to blogging. I think it’s a good way to go about writing, which I think is never actually finished. 🙂

    • I love the idea of “serial tweaking!”. Though it does sound a bit like a disease. I think the notion of unfinished writing fits really well with critical thinking–views that are in process are much easier to alter (when better information comes along) then those views that are “done!”

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