If it wasn’t clear before, I haven’t assigned you any online readings this week because you’ve got two chapters from Briggs to read already. Address these in adequate detail in your response – how does what he has to say on the audio/visual side of blogging inform your work? It’s our last week of Briggs readings, so it wouldn’t hurt to provide some overview on the text as well; I take your feedback into account in my book selection.
Okay, there’s just one more thing. We’ll have grad student/course alumnus/broadcast jack-of-all-trades Corey Preece in class this week discussing his German travels last year, courtesy of (*ahem*) this course. To get up to speed, have a look through this blog, which consists of posts he made/facilitated while over there, and come prepared with questions.
Your responses (say it with me, now) are due as a comment posted to this blog by noon Tuesday, April 10. Even though the only readings are assigned in the syllabus, I thought I’d give you an extra day just because I like you.