diversity and inclusion, instructional design, social media

Article Review: “#Gamergate and The Fappening: How Reddit’s algorithm, governance, and culture support toxic technocultures”

Welcome to “Article Review”, where I put on my scholarly cap to give an academic article its due in critical analysis.

This week’s article: 

“#Gamergate and The Fappening: How Reddit’s algorithm,
governance, and culture support toxic technocultures” by Adrienne Massanari Continue reading “Article Review: “#Gamergate and The Fappening: How Reddit’s algorithm, governance, and culture support toxic technocultures””

diversity and inclusion, graphic design, infographics, visual instructional design

Infographics and CARP Design Principles: A Case Study

Like most recovering English Lit nerds, I get heart palpitations whenever I encounter an infographic that not only celebrates my favorite creative types but teaches me something new about them.

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I call this masterpiece “Recovering English Lit nerd upon discovering a new literary infographic.”

One of the best infographics on the subject is RJ Andrews’ “Creative Routines”, published on Info We Trust and thumb-tacked to many a cubicle wall in humanities departments across the globe. Continue reading “Infographics and CARP Design Principles: A Case Study”