Bajarin, Ben. “Are You Multitasking.” Time. Time, 12 Nov. 2012. Web. 24 Nov. 2015. Technology has taken our most people’s lives especially in children and teens. It’s a difficult not to get so lost in the digital world. Multitasking goes along with the digital age and how people are losing the ability to be totally… Read More

I’ve been going around looking at different platforms for my project. I finally choose to use Atavist as my platform. I was going to use, but Atavist seemed easier to use. Also, I like how on Atavist, you have different topics and then it puts it all together. So, using my persuasion map and the… Read More

**The citations aren’t indented properly, but on my word document, it’s in MLA format** Giedd, Jay N. “Virginia Commonwealth University.” The Digital Revolution and Adolescent Brain Evolution. ScienceDirect, 20 July 2012. Web. 06 Nov. 2015. This article explains how the brain works and how adolescent brain isn’t a defective adult brain. The three behavioral changes… Read More

My inquiry project is on how people multitask when using computers and it affecting your brain. I’ve looked at many of the source nuggets from other people and I think they’re projects are going really good. I found one topic very interesting and her source is reliable as well.  I went through all her sources and you… Read More

My second source is another article I found, but not from the VCU library database. “But what if some people have a special gift for multitasking? The Stanford researchers compared groups of people based on their tendency to multitask and their belief that it helps their performance. They found that heavy multitaskers—those who multitask a… Read More

My first source is called “The Digital Revolution and Adolescent Brain Evolution. My topic was on the affect of digital age/technology on our brains, but it wasn’t too specific. I was going to change the research prompt to something about texting and/or microblogging as it effects the parts of our brain that control writing, which Professor Becker recommended.… Read More

I liked going back and taking my time and rereading all the articles. I think this time around, it was different reading them, because my perspective has kind of changed. The concepts I choose were way we think, machine/tools, changes, personal meaning, knowledge. I like the concepts I choose, and many other people choose a few… Read More

I’m not sure if I did the synthesis visual right or not. But, I showed how Bush, Nelson, and Engelbert connected them on 5 of the conceptual bases to one another. The main topic was how technology influences the world and the 5 conceptual bases were machines/tools, way we think, personal meaning, knowledge, and the changes.… Read More