Final Reflection

Want to know all about what I thought of CORE 2096? If so, then you’ve come to the right place! Click on the link below to see the flashcards that will have all of the information you need:…

Curation: Digital Literacies & Intercultural Learning in Egypt

Passant Nur El-Din “هنا حانشوف تفاصيل و أماكن حلوة ونعرف حكاياتها..هى حاجات حوالينا و أماكن بنعدى عليها..لكن بسبب زحمة الحياة ماجاتش فرصة نقف عندها ونسأل ايه هى…”- Facebook bio ( Passant Nur El-Din is an Egyptian tour guide on social media. She visits historical sites in Egypt, such as Moez Street, Al-Azhar and the Egyptian … Continue reading Curation: Digital Literacies & Intercultural Learning in Egypt

Soliya Feedback

The foremost difference between Soliya and other types of online communication I have used is the fact that it is a video call, rather than texting.  This makes it more personal and engaging, in my opinion.  Also, it is always nice to put a face to a name, and to a voice. Another difference is … Continue reading Soliya Feedback

First draft of game

Test out Malak Ayman’s and I first draft of our game about a mother and her child in the Special Olympics! Give us your feedback about what you would like to see more of, what you think we should change, and what you enjoyed… Note: We will still add 9 more scenarios, relating to more … Continue reading First draft of game

Read, blog, comment!

Information Equity: This article discusses information equity and the relationship between having a democratic society, and it states that in order to have a democracy, then the public must have access to information that they are interested in. To see the article, click on the following link: The beginning of the article made it … Continue reading Read, blog, comment!

CLT Symposium reflection

I attended the student-faculty session, and it had a mix of students and faculty, across all different departments and studies- which is the main thing that I enjoyed about the session. The fact that I got to hear out faculty’s point of view on certain topics that students always wonder about, like attendance policies, grades, … Continue reading CLT Symposium reflection