Student Blogs Spring 2018

Once you set up your blog, copy/paste your blog address (the url) into the comment below. Put your first name with it. Then, whenever I or a classmate wishes to read your latest post, we can get to all blogs from this page.

 

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Student Blogs: Fall 2017

Literature and Composition: Gutenberg Progenies

Once you have set up your blog at WordPress.com, copy the url address into a comment on this page. List your first name along with the address.

I and other students will then use this page to get to your blog in the future and participate with you in the conversation.


Student Blogs: Spring 2017, 11.30 class

Literature and Composition: Gutenberg Progenies

Once you have set up your blog at WordPress.com, copy the url address into a comment on this page. List your first name along with the address.

I and other students will then use this page to get to your blog in the future and participate with in the conversation.


Student Blogs: Spring 2017, 10.30 class

Literature and Composition: Gutenberg Progenies

Once you have set up your blog at WordPress.com, copy the url address into a comment on this page. List your first name along with the address.

I and other students will then use this page to get to your blog in the future and participate with in the conversation.


Studen Blogs: Fall 2016

Literature and Composition: Gutenberg Progenies

Once you have set up your blog at WordPress.com, copy the url address into a comment on this page. List your first name along with the address.

I and other students will then use this page to get to your blog in the future and participate with in the conversation.


Student Blogs: Spring 2016

Literature and Composition: Gutenberg Progenies

Once you have set up your blog at WordPress.com, copy the url address into a comment on this page. List your first name along with the address.

I and other students will then use this page to get to your blog in the future and participate with in the conversation.


Student Blogs Fall 2015

Literature and Composition: Gutenberg Progenies

Once you have set up your blog at WordPress.com, copy the url address into a comment on this page. List your first name along with the address.

I and other students will then use this page to get to your blog in the future.