What Folks are Writing
Category Archives: Writing: Dr. Davis
You can put lots of different things in an introductory paragraph. Background (of the subject or how you came to want to talk about it) Story (related to the topic, relating an example of what you are going to talk … Continue reading
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Our final will be in Bible 120 on Tuesday at 8 am.
Argue for or against the notion that the future will benefit from today’s love of and obsession with technology. Define technology. Show how it has benefited or harmed humanity to date. Then advance your argument for or against technology. This … Continue reading
Pulling Off the Mask: How evangelical college students (this means YOU!) are using social media A graphic genre analysis of facebook from Kate Retzinger: Be Careful What You Post on Facebook, a cautionary tale. How Social Media can Effect Your … Continue reading
Example of examining the conceptual elements in a Summit presentation “Enough Already! Keeping the Sabbath in the 21st Century” by Cynthia Agnell of Austin, Texas Monday 9-9:45 BSB 115 Design: Design was shown in the presentation because not only was … Continue reading
Do NOT simply turn in your notes. In fact, you don’t need to turn in your notes at all. I was simply wanting to provide an example of good note-taking and to show that you don’t have to write notes … Continue reading
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Lines and Colors feeds my need for beauty in art regularly. This post is about beautiful art in the gaming industry. Into the Pixel is a yearly juried art exhibit showcasing concept and visual development art from the gaming industry. … Continue reading
LiveScience has an article about how the names were configured for the September 11 memorial. Math Keeps Friends and Colleagues Together narrates the search for a way to connect those on the memorial who were connected with each other in … Continue reading