michaelgriffith (michaelgriffith) wrote,

C Students studying Sacred Australia....

Students taking part in this course Sacred Australia through the VV and CO have been keeping their own LiveJournal Literature Blog as part of their course requirement. The C Program is an innovative series of courses designed to help into University entry those who for a range of reasons have found access to higher education hitherto impossible. In this literature course "Sacred Australia" students have been publishing their responses to set readings (David Malouf, Judith Wright and others) together with their own creative work, both text and image. Through LiveJournal they have been able to build a stronger community within the course itself (reading and commenting on each others LiveJournals) and with the wider community. In a few instances C students have begun networking with other students at our uni who also -as part of THEIR course requirements- are actively using LiveJournal. Here are some shining examples of a C students gifted in visual and verbal creativity. These students are happy to share their work publically:
Other addresses will be available when permission has been granted by students for such a public release. It is hoped that such a release will assist the career and study prospects of the students themselves.

C students are encouraged to study the LiveJournal productions of on-campus students. The following gives a good sample of the kind of work that is being done by the current crop of Literature students at our uni
Timb H http://dr-mindbender82.livejournal.com/
Insa S http://insa_84.livejournal.com/
Daniel G http://daniel-gleeson.livejournal.com/
Olivia P http://oliviap.livejournal.com/
Maxine K http://maxine-kauter.livejournal.com/
Jordan T http://jordifier.livejournal.com/
Clare G http://clarebear-g.livejournal.com/
Rosemary P http://28roses.livejournal.com/

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