As the ways we communicate evolve at a breakneck pace, those of us who work or “play” in heavily communication driven fields must be above all things adaptable to change and aware of the strengths, pitfalls and quirks of the many growing and changing platforms and media we encounter in our work.
The accompanying portfolio of work represents my personal exploration of some very specific technology related topics in the area of digital social justice (aka “Netroots” activism) and online advocacy issues. In a larger context, it represents a practical expression of the experience and knowledge gained as a participant in Writing with Technology (TWC421.)
ppreciate it.” This was such an important learning tool for writing in a professional/academic setting. Furthermore, it reiterated the notion that we must know our audience.