Category Archives: useful links

Homelessness and space: links

Here’s the link to the John T. Williams Totem Pole Project that we discussed today in class. You might also find this article on homeless patrons of the Aurora Burger King in this month’s issue of Real Change interesting! If … Continue reading

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Since it’s paper-writing season, I thought you might enjoy these fun and amazingly entertaining grammar reminders from the Oatmeal!  My favorite: (We’ll go over semicolons on Monday.)

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Examples of critical media analysis from Sociological Images

Sociological Images is a great blog that looks at images from a sociological point of view, often focusing on issues of gender, sexuality and ethnicity. It might give you some good ideas for your upcoming Critical Media Analysis paper (though … Continue reading

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Tips for posting photo galleries or slideshows to Blogger

Blogger is pretty simplistic when it comes to dealing with media, but I’ve found a couple of work-arounds for those of you who want to be able to post galleries of your pictures! There seem to be two types of … Continue reading

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Student Tech Fee equipment available

If you need a video camera or other equipment, check out the STFE loan program that a couple of our students mentioned in class!

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New tab: “Helpful Links”

I’ve added the “Helpful Links” tab above, with all kinds of links to projects that might inspire you. At the top of the list are the transit ethnographies that I mentioned in class. If you have links to add, please … Continue reading

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