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Safe Cycling

Assignment 2 and The Voice of Authority

In the first assignment, you looked at sources on the open web. Even though the sources asserted that cycling on the sidewalk was dangerous (or safe) and gave potential reasons, for the most part they did not give much evidence to back up those claims. For example, the Culver City Bicycle Coalition source that one of you […]

Originally published by Julie Arendt at What is safe cycling? (link)

Welcome to Day 1

Today is the official first day of the “What is Safe Cycling?” class. We’re starting off with just some logistics. In this class, everyone will be assigned a topic related to bicycle safety to research. You’ll bring your research on that topic together with the research from other students for a web presentation later in […]

Originally published by Julie Arendt at What is safe cycling? (link)

About Your Instructor

My name is Julie Arendt. I am a librarian and assistant professor at VCU Libraries. I’m also a regular bike commuter and have been for most of my adult life. When I moved to Richmond a couple years ago, I became keenly interested in bicycle safety. Maybe I was spoiled by living in Ann Arbor, […]

Originally published by Julie Arendt at What is safe cycling? (link)

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