PORTFOLIOS OF STUDENT WORK

from student Eric Mei’s zine “The Looking Glass,” Fall 2018.

from student Eric Mei’s zine “The Looking Glass,” Fall 2018.

Portfolios of my students’ multimodal work in first-year writing and composition courses at Georgia Tech are available via the button at the top of this page or by clicking here: https://www.nicksturm.com/portfolios-of-student-work. These artifacts include podcasts, research posters, websites, zines, blogs, experimental indexes, documentaries, data visualizations, and other multimodal assignments.

Course descriptions, links to students’ work, and downloadable syllabi and assignment sheets are also available on each page.

Summer 2019—The Poetics of Sustainability: Race and the Environment

Spring 2019—Poetry, Painting, and Film in the New York School

Fall 2018—We Are Young: Teens, DIY, and the Avant-Garde

Summer 2018—The Poetics of Sustainability: Immigration and the Environment

Spring 2018—Poetry, Painting, and Film in the New York School

Explore more multimodal student work like Alvin’s interactive data visualization of contributors to all 58 issues of The World magazine from 1967 to 2002. Developing data literacy is one of the ways that students can learn to approach art and aesthetics in new and rewarding ways.

“The language of poetry is never static, persistently changing through the influence of each poet. The purpose of my project is to understand and visualize these changes.”—first-year student Alvin Chiu, Spring 2019