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Created: January 4, 2001
Latest update: January 4, 2001
Curran or Takata.
January 4, 2001
Data Sequence: Qualitative Analysis 1
On Wednesday, January 3, 2001, Mac wrote:"Transforming the Imaginary." Awesome! I think it's great! It's very clear and unobscured, the dialog. Jeanne, in all of the rapid succession of emails we have going amoungst all of us, I must have missed where you had asked me what I thought of the "art for Mac". Jeanne....fascinating! I ventured to see the others and they were fascinating as well! Really neat perspectives! Thank you both, Jeanne and Susan, for all of the hard work and dedication you put into all of your students, and the site. I look forward to students coming back from vacation and their perspectives. ...And the teaching and learning continues.
And later that day Mac wrote:
Amazing, isn't it; the transformation of dialog? In going through all of the emails, I realized that we went from BF Skinner, Harry Potter, popscicles, Norman Rockwell, Jane Austen, Habermas, Hagen Daaz, Jeanne's age, Susan's age, pregnancy shortly after hurricane Andrew, people stuck on elevators, Reno, 1974, 1966, academic elitism, Reno, Reno, Reno, unstated assumptions, listening in faith, Jeanne's sculptures, headaches, hog ties, Christmas trees getting knocked over, Albanoni's Adagio, having a 5th, art during class (rudely referred to as "coloring" by an unsaid member), locus of control, traditional vs nontraditional students, survival, Subject vs Object, Who's Who in America and Who's Who on the site, and, did I mention Reno?
On Thursday, January 4, 2001, Susan wrote:content analysis of the last few days' worth of dialog.
On Thursday, January 4, 2001, jeanne added:Wow, Mac. Good analysis. Now, if you could do a nice colored bar graph on frequencies of topics, and maybe the amount of indepth analysis allowed as opposed to mere mentioning. . . lol. jeanne
More to come . . . Thursday afternoon. Have article deadline. jeanne