Email

by Dr Davis on August 28, 2005

Just in case I ever need this, since blogging seems to be at issue in academia.

Emails sent to Dr. Davis may be reproduced on the blog for discussion, interpretation, criticism, or simple entertainment. Emails may be posted either anonymously or by the author’s name (for attribution purposes and lest anyone think I created the email myself).

Carefully consider what you send, since your email to me could be blog fodder.

No emails sent to Dr. Davis are guaranteed to be published.

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Jon Ambrosio 06.09.11 at 9:18 am

Good Morning Dr. Davis,

My name is Jon Ambrosio and I teach high school English in Rye Brook, New York. I came across your website because I was looking for materials on how to write a character analysis. Is there a way to print out all the instructions for this specific type of paper instead of going from link to link. Also, would you mind if I shared this information with my students, of course giving you credit. Maybe you can email me a hard copy. Thank you so much for your time.

2 Alana Lytle 04.10.17 at 8:11 pm

Hi! I’m Alana. I reached out (via this contact form) the other week and hadn’t heard back. I’m wondering if there’s someone who has time to discuss the resources published on your site? Email works, or we can set up a time to chat on the phone if that’s preferable.

Thanks again!
Alana

3 Dr Davis 06.12.17 at 1:54 pm

Your email came back as non-deliverable.

4 Paul 07.05.17 at 10:57 pm

Hi,

I noticed you have a link to the Rebecca Blood post on the history of weblogs here – http://www.teachingcollegeenglish.com/2011/02/.

That post was published way back in 2000 so is missing everything that has happened in the blogosphere since.

We’ve got an updated history of (we)blogging here – http://www.artofblog.com/history/

Perhaps you’d consider adding a link to our piece as well to serve as additional reading?

Thank you for your time.

Paul

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