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ethics now By Margaret Syverson
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This book was created entirely by students in RHE 330C: Ethics and New Media, fall 2008, taught by Peg Syverson, in the Department of Rhetoric and Writing at the University of Texas at Austin
ethics now By Margaret Syverson
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This book was created entirely by students in RHE 330C: Ethics and New Media, fall 2008, taught by Peg Syverson, in the Department of Rhetoric and Writing at the University of Texas at Austin
True Beginner's Mind By Margaret Syverson
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What happens when 21 university students encounter the teachings and practices of Zen for the first time? Most writings on Zen have come from Zen masters, scholars, and experienced practitioners.... More > Here, a cross-section of American students with no prior experience of Zen read contemporary Zen texts, engage in meditation practice, and participate in in-class inquiry, documenting their emerging understandings, challenges, doubts, and questions over the course of a fifteen-week semester in a college course titled Non-argumentative rhetoric in Zen. Despite the common framework of texts, meditation practice, and class discussion, each chapter is a unique and fresh account of this work.< Less
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This book was created entirely by students in RHE 330C: Ethics and New Media, fall 2008, taught by Peg Syverson, in the Department of Rhetoric and Writing at the University of Texas at Austin
ethics now By Margaret Syverson
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This book was created entirely by students in RHE 330C: Ethics and New Media, fall 2008, taught by Peg Syverson, in the Department of Rhetoric and Writing at the University of Texas at Austin
True Beginner's Mind By Margaret Syverson
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What happens when 21 university students encounter the teachings and practices of Zen for the first time? Most writings on Zen have come from Zen masters, scholars, and experienced practitioners.... More > Here, a cross-section of American students with no prior experience of Zen read contemporary Zen texts, engage in meditation practice, and participate in in-class inquiry, documenting their emerging understandings, challenges, doubts, and questions over the course of a fifteen-week semester in a college course titled Non-argumentative rhetoric in Zen. Despite the common framework of texts, meditation practice, and class discussion, each chapter is a unique and fresh account of this work.< Less
Mindfulness and Writing By Margaret Syverson
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In the spring of 2013, college students at the University of Texas enrolled in a class titled Mindfulness and Writing. With no prior experience of mindfulness, and for the most part no experience of... More > meditation, they were encountering these ancient teachings and practices for the first time. This book is a record of their experiences, told in their own words.< Less
Peaceful Power By Margaret Syverson
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A collection of essays on nonviolence by students at the University of Texas for the rhetoric and writing class Nonviolent Communication.
Knowledge Ecologies: Case Studies in the Wild By Margaret Syverson
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In the spring of 2014, students in a University of Texas undergraduate class studied how data becomes information that is transformed into knowledge and wisdom in knowledge ecologies. They studied... More > real-world knowledge ecologies in the field, tracked information flows and activity in these systems, and each student developed a chapter for this book of case studies of Knowledge Ecologies.< Less
New Media, New Ethics? By Margaret Syverson
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This book addresses a missing piece of the public conversations about ethics and digital media. The chapters in this book were written by college students at the University of Texas in a course... More > called Ethics and New Media, offered in spring of 2015 and taught by Peg Syverson. The chapters reflect the students’ deep inquiry through research on their peers, reading, online discussion, and editorial work. In its chapters, college students report their research on the ethical dilemmas faced by their peers. The results are provocative, wide-ranging, and surprising. They raise further questions about how we can continue to include the voices of those most affected by new media in our public discussions about ethics, internet regulation, appropriate use of technology by children, and wise guidance from parents, spiritual leaders, and teachers.< Less