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Hi, I have never created a video and I am wondering whether anyone can assist me with ideas on how to complete this assignment? I am having a lot of trouble finding software to enable me to videotape myself and I have no idea how to upload to Youtube and Vimeo and I’m not sure […]
My name is Ellen Faulkner and I am the instructor for Criminology 4121: Crime and Media. I have a PhD in Sociology from the University of Toronto and I teach courses focused on human rights, social inequality, hate crime, and gender and sexuality. I have also taught introductory research methods and qualitative research methods. I […]
1.describe the ways in which your introductory post should have enhanced social presence in a course that you teach. I think that Post 1 OTL2-1-Post 1 – “A Blog About Me” enhanced social presence because I introduced myself and located myself as the instructor for CRIM 4121 – Crime and Media. I discussed my background […]
Did you engage in each of the phases of the critical inquiry process? Yes, I believe that I engaged in the phases of the critical inquiry process. Each of the phases were addressed: Triggering Event, Exploration, Integration, and Resolution. Were you able to resolve any problems or dilemmas? I had difficulty with the coding exercise […]