1. Nicholas Carr, "Is Google Making Us Stupid?"
2. While personal encounters with the scenario has been rare, it is probable that some students may not own a cell phone, or more likely not own one with Internet capability. For such students, contingency is necessary. In my classroom, there are four desktop computers available for student use – it is recommended that computers or another contingency be available for the students who do not have their own devices.
3. "Nation Shudders at Block of Uninterrupted Text,"
Wall and Peace,
5. Bridget Watson Payne, ed.,
This is Happening: Life Through the Lens of Instagram.
6. At an art school like my own, this assignment certainly caters to a presupposed population of visual artists and students with a penchant for creativity alike. However, even at an art school, there are almost sure to be those who are less than enthused about an art-based project, based on tastes or inclination, modality preference or other factors. For these students, the option to use collected images to fuel their graphic research paper is an important, effective aspect of the project.
7. Janice Carlisle,
Picture Writing – Yale New Haven Teachers Institute, 2014.
8. Susan Sontag,
9. David M. Eagleman,
10. Susan Sontag,
11. Jonathan Klein, "Photos that Change the World,"
12. BuzzFeed article: http://www.BuzzFeed.com/sheerafrenkel/heres-what-life-is-like-for-people-on-both-sides-of-the-isra
A similar article from www.cnn.com: http://www.cnn.com/2014/07/13/world/meast/mideast-tensions/index.html?hpt=hp_inthenews
13. W. J. T. Mitchell,
14. W.J.T. Mitchell,