4 thoughts on “Virtual Symposium: 5 Key Takeaways”

  1. Hi Paige!

    Thanks for sharing your virtual symposium! I agree with you about the reflective practice that we were able to have in this class. This was probably one of the few classes that I have been able to really take a moment to reflect on things and share with people. I also never really thought about what hyperlinked actually meant until this class and people are hyperlinked too! Especially as we continue to move forward in society. Lastly, I wanted to say thank you for sharing so much this past semester. Best of luck with everything and hope to work with you again in other capacities outside of school someday in the future!


    1. Hi Priscilla. Thank you so much for your thoughtful comment 🙂 I appreciate that you took the time to watch my symposium. Hope the end of the semester is treating you well!

  2. Paige,
    Thank you for sharing your voice with us for the Virtual Symposium. I was looking for inspiration before I started mine and your presentation inspired me to get started. The concept”Hyperlinks are people too” was such a fundamental part of my learning process in this course, it seems like everything we learned could be connected back to that quote! Such a short phrase but it makes so much sense in the context of this class material.
    Thanks again!

    1. Hey Isabel! Thank you for your comment. I looked to other classmates’ symposiums (symposia? hah) for inspiration, so I’m glad I was able to inspire you as well!

      I don’t think I’ll be forgetting that phrase anytime soon 🙂


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