Category Archives: Environmental Rhetoric

The Weather on FaceBook

Draft of sustainable assignment for Piedmont Project Outcome Goals: Frame research questions and circumvent a digital data set Develop best practices for comparative analysis of visual and verbal digital texts Represent findings in multiple modes: argument driven analysis essay & visually as maps or infografics Purpose Work as citizen scientists assess warming or environmental change and its effects over time [...]

EMMC Spring Symposium

The slideshare is embedded below. Also, happy Earth Day! Slide One: In the future, there will have been no more water. This is a picture of Lake Tahoe, the largest alpine lake in North America, located on the boarder of California and Nevada. The Lake has fallen below its natural rim for the longest time in recorded history because warming [...]