I try to make a note of when I am “in the news,” linking to media mentions of me, my work. But I don’t often write about when I am “on the syllabus,” which is probably something I enjoy even more.
I learned about my work being assigned and wrestled with in a couple of classes last week, and I appeared in some assignments: one formal and one informal.
On the informal end, “Audrey Watters quotations as de-motivational posters” seemed to be a brief thing on Twitter:
Sorry I am late to the party, but it took me a while to match the perfect quote with the perfect image :) pic.twitter.com/g2xc6HL470— Jim Groom (@jimgroom) September 17, 2018
Game on for “Dystopian edtech quotes over inspirational backgrounds meme” Unsplash photo by Johannes Plenio pic.twitter.com/HtEeAC2Doo— Alan Levine ☠ (@cogdog) September 15, 2018
More formally, one of George Veletsianos’ students used my work in an “epic rap battle,” and frankly it is so amazing that I just might retire.