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Week 3: A Little Blog Heat

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Just turning up the heat a tad. A slight bit. This is not a class where you get graded on a certain number of blog posts per week, assigned like homework. But I am looking to follow your thinking, progress… Continue Reading →

Week 2: Getting to the Question (& the Problem)

From our group and individual conversations and in your initial blogs posts, all the Kean Crew thesis bloggers have a good idea for their thesis topic. Yet a thesis needs more than a topic, it needs a more specific question,… Continue Reading →

Week 1: Net Smart Thesis Writers

How wonderful it was to see and hear everyone in seminar Thursday. We are off and thesis-ing. I enjoyed your round of introductions; the video has been linked in our Slack (the #general channel, cough cough a reason to get… Continue Reading →

Question of The Week (QoTW) Numero Uno

Not as much a twitter chat than a looping open conversation, Mia Zamora and I are launching this week, a feature we hope/expect our Kean and Bergen students to participate, and expect/hope a wider range of people elsewhere. It’s just… Continue Reading →

Week 0: Get Ready to Seminar

For the Kean students in #ResNetSem our journey begins in a week. It’s T minus 8 months until you complete a beautiful thesis. Typically a “weekly” post like this will be published by Monday before we meet on Thursdays; this… Continue Reading →

About this Research Networked [Open] Seminar

This site is the hub for Advanced 
Seminar 
I 
and 
II :
 Research 
in
 Writing
 Studies ENG 5698 (Fall) and ENG 5699 (Spring) the thesis seminar for students in the Master of Arts in English Writing Studies at Kean University.

Hello world! No, I Mean Network!

This seminar has a blog, therefore it exists; it is the home for Advanced 
Seminar 
I 
and 
II:
 Research 
in
 Writing
 Studies at Kean University, the Writing Studies MA Thesis seminar. But why networked?

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