Notetaking workshop (9.22.14)

There is going to be a note taking workshop which may prove to be useful to some.  The information is below.  Enjoy and do consider as this is a vital component for any/all success for one’s future!

Prof. Lechusza Aquallo
Note Taking Workshop
Note Taking
Come learn how to make the
most of your class lectures:
WHAT do you WRITE?
HOW do you take notes in
WHAT do you do AFTER
you take notes?
HOW do you USE your
notes to study?
Teaching &
Learning Center:
San Marcos
When: Monday 09/22/14
Where: TLC 112
Time: 2:30-3:30pm

your spot!

760.744.1150 xt. 3931

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Four Winds Literary Magazine, a space for Indian art

Here is an article which came from Indian Country Today Media (Aug. 27, 2014)

which deals with some very direct questions regarding the ownership, visibility, and, meaning behind Native/Indian/Indigenous art.  Though this article focuses upon literature, the questions presented could – and should – be asked equally of all artistic disciplines for Native Peoples.

In order to assist the research process, other supporting links have been provided below.

Read, share, and question your own current understanding of the Native arts.  (Please note, the comments stated within the article are those of the author and do not reflect those for this blog.)  Enjoy!

Prof. Lechusza Aquallo

Four Winds Literary Magazine

Yellow Medicine Review

Resources pertaining to other controversial issues discussed within this article can be found within previous blog postings.  Please check the blog site history for more information.

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Saul Bass’ “Jazzy 1962 Animation”…the 1626 Sale of Manhattan

Here is an interesting article which came across my desk recently.  It’s worth sharing and viewing for sure.  Enjoy!

Prof. Lechusza Aquallo

Source:  Open Culture
Saul Bass’ Jazzy 1962 Animation Tackles the 1626 Sale of Manhattan
Posted: 25 Aug 2014 11:49 AM PDT

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