Bystander Standing In

Click the link to go to the latest interactive Green Dot story “Bystander Standing In” by Aimee Bushnell, Cynthia Jones, and Keisha David. >> Bystander Standing In   Included is a bibliography to help watchers find more information about Green Dot and abuse. The sources are hyperlinked to take you directly to the source Green Dot Alaska…

What’s Your Green Dot?

WHAT’S YOUR GREEN DOT?   Idea To create a fictional story to help Fairbanks reconsider the type of community and environment that they want to live and raise children in. To help create the first idea that violence is not tolerated at all. And to spark the idea that we as bystanders have the power…

Proposal

My subject is on the topic of cultural understanding and acceptance. The focus will be on Rotary Youth Exchange students in the Fairbanks area. The video will consist of interviews from past exchange students, recently back all the way to adults now 20 years+ out, current students here from other countries, and future students who…

Questions

Danny from Calypso Farm What were/are some of the biggest challenges you have to deal with as a far,Ed in Fairbanks, Alaska?   Jason Avery from Fairbanks Parks and Recreation Where does Fairbanks get the funding for the parks? Is it taxes or donations?   Walkie Charles from Alaska Native Language Center  What made you…

Revision for Electronic Literature on Wikipedia

Capstone 1 Part 1 – Creation Debates on e-lit The definitions offered about electronic literature are vague and broad. Katherine Hayles argues in Electronic Literature: What Is It that “electronic literature is ‘digital born.’” Even the Electronic Literature Organization (ELO) states electronic literature “refers to works that takes advantage of the capabilities of a computer.”…

My Question to You, Golumbia.

Golumbia, Your article “Games without Play” within the New Literary History, Vol. 40, No. 1, was a captivating read and created many new discussions on subjects that previously contained little thought and controversy. But now, questions are raised and I am look for answers. I will try to explain my interpretations then pose my question to…

Pry into Pry

A Book to Watch and a Film to Touch At least that is what the LA Review of Books is calling Pry, A Novella. Pry is an interactive book sold as an app on Apple devices. It is written by Samantha Gorman and Danny Cannizzaro who collectively call themselves Tender Claws. There are five chapter…