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Beefing Up the Intro

Last week in class Dr. Zamora helped me come to the decision to remove the interview section of my thesis.  This was to reduce the stress of jumping through IRB’s hoops, and it was also too cut down the thesis a bit, as Dr. Zamora felt that including and analyzing interviews would make the thesis … Continue reading Beefing Up the Intro

Following the Plan & A Schedule

Finally, I have entered the final phase. Notice how I’m smiling in my test headshots.But before I look to close this chapter of my life and move forward, I have to go back to where I started to appreciate the road that lies ahead…via GIPHYWhen I firs…

Text and the CITI

At the end of our class meeting last week, I was given two main tasks for homework.  The first of these was to reach out to the OSRP department to ask about certain elements of the IRB process; the second was to write out a draft of the entire Introduction section of my thesis.  I … Continue reading Text and the CITI

The #ResNetSem Fab Four

Meet the four newest MA Thesis Writing Studies graduates from Kean University. They are indeed fab, and I’m proud of their accomplishments. How I, an ed-tech WordPress bending media playing geek with an MS in Geology came to be running a thesis seminar in New Jersey from home on Arizona, is a long story. It […]

25,000 words later…

So, this is it. This is the post where I come on to tell the world that I have finished my thesis Breaking the Manacles: Finding, Claiming, and Shaping Self. This post is coming later than it should’ve been, and I am not proud of the amount of extra time that it took for me […]

The Conversations Are Over

The moment has arrived.  This is it!  It has taken me four years to get here, but I am finally finished writing my thesis.  I couldn’t be more happy with how it turned out (although I also ironically feel like I could continue working on it forever…there is sort of no end to this thing).  […]

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I Want Sin: Finding Personhood Amidst Technology in Young Adult Dystopian Literature

I am excited to announce that my thesis, “I Want Sin: Finding Personhood Amidst Technology in Young Adult Dystopian Literature,” has been completed and is available to be viewed below! This process has been stressful, tiring, exciting, and edifying, an…

#ResNetSem at #OER18

Next slide. I’ll refrain from writing about the old days when I’d blog a presentation, and all the other ones I attended, the same day. Next slide. To cut the glowing short, the OER18 conference was amazing on all levels for the location, the venue, the conference organizers, the co-chairs, the weather… and above all, […]

Unearthing a Niche

I have been busy mining the Internet for resources, and I think I finally hit a rich vein!  When I switched my searches to the topic of art therapy, I came across a lot of relevant articles.  One of these articles in particular has helped me to kind of nail down the niche my research … Continue reading Unearthing a Niche

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