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Identity in a Virtual World?

Can you imagine a world where you wake up in the morning, and you go to your doctor’s office without ever leaving your house? Instead, you plug your blood pressure cuff into your computer and you insert your saliva sample into an analytical drive. The analysis is sent to a <a data-defintionname="virtual" data-dictionaryname="testDictionary" class="mediumToolTip cluetipLink" href="https://class.waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201930_03/BS_GNED/HMNT_1001_WC/USW1_HMNT_1001_week01.html?course_uid=USW1.30897.201930&service_url=https://class.waldenu.edu/webapps/bbgs-deep-links-BBLEARN/app/wslinks&b2Uri=https%3A%2F%2Fclass.waldenu.edu%2Fwebapps%2Fbbgs-deep-links-BBLEARN#tooltip" data-tooltip="

This course discusses how humans live in a virtual world. Virtual is defined as “being on or simulated on a computer or computer network” and “occurring or existing primarily online or relating to, or existing within a virtual reality.” In this course, virtual is interchangeable with cyber, digital, and asynchronous when used to describe online environments.

” data-hasqtip=”37″>virtual physician who lives a thousand miles away. He diagnoses an illness that requires surgery. Lucky for you, the surgeon drone is not terribly busy that morning, and you are able to have your gallbladder removed early in the afternoon. The drone arrives, gives you anesthesia, and by employing ultrasound <a data-defintionname="Technology" data-dictionaryname="testDictionary" class="largeToolTip cluetipLink" href="https://class.waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201930_03/BS_GNED/HMNT_1001_WC/USW1_HMNT_1001_week01.html?course_uid=USW1.30897.201930&service_url=https://class.waldenu.edu/webapps/bbgs-deep-links-BBLEARN/app/wslinks&b2Uri=https%3A%2F%2Fclass.waldenu.edu%2Fwebapps%2Fbbgs-deep-links-BBLEARN#tooltip" data-tooltip="

Technology is the “application of knowledge to the practical aims of human life or to changing and manipulating the human environment. Technology includes the use of materials, tools, techniques, and sources of power to make life easier or more pleasant and work more productive. Whereas science is concerned with how and why things happen, technology focuses on making things happen.”

Technology. (n.d.). Merriam-Webster.com. Retrieved April 1, 2014, from http://www.merriam-webster.com/concise/technology 

” data-hasqtip=”74″>technology, your doctor can operate by remote control. Without interacting with a human at any point in the process, you have an organ removed in your own home.

Photo Credit: Microsoft Corporation. (Producer). MP900401793 [photo of doctor in scrubs with stethoscope]. Retrieved February 6, 2014 from http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/images/results.a…

For many people, the idea that a university could appear in your living room was equally hard to imagine. What wonderful uses of <a data-defintionname="Technology" data-dictionaryname="testDictionary" class="largeToolTip cluetipLink" href="https://class.waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201930_03/BS_GNED/HMNT_1001_WC/USW1_HMNT_1001_week01.html?course_uid=USW1.30897.201930&service_url=https://class.waldenu.edu/webapps/bbgs-deep-links-BBLEARN/app/wslinks&b2Uri=https%3A%2F%2Fclass.waldenu.edu%2Fwebapps%2Fbbgs-deep-links-BBLEARN#tooltip" data-tooltip="

Technology is the “application of knowledge to the practical aims of human life or to changing and manipulating the human environment. Technology includes the use of materials, tools, techniques, and sources of power to make life easier or more pleasant and work more productive. Whereas science is concerned with how and why things happen, technology focuses on making things happen.”

Technology. (n.d.). Merriam-Webster.com. Retrieved April 1, 2014, from http://www.merriam-webster.com/concise/technology 

” data-hasqtip=”75″>technology! Yet there can be a dark side to technology and the <a data-defintionname="virtual" data-dictionaryname="testDictionary" class="mediumToolTip cluetipLink" href="https://class.waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201930_03/BS_GNED/HMNT_1001_WC/USW1_HMNT_1001_week01.html?course_uid=USW1.30897.201930&service_url=https://class.waldenu.edu/webapps/bbgs-deep-links-BBLEARN/app/wslinks&b2Uri=https%3A%2F%2Fclass.waldenu.edu%2Fwebapps%2Fbbgs-deep-links-BBLEARN#tooltip" data-tooltip="

This course discusses how humans live in a virtual world. Virtual is defined as “being on or simulated on a computer or computer network” and “occurring or existing primarily online or relating to, or existing within a virtual reality.” In this course, virtual is interchangeable with cyber, digital, and asynchronous when used to describe online environments.

” data-hasqtip=”38″>virtual world. Texting while driving isn’t the only thing that can cause an injury. Many people get news of an end to a relationship via a text message, cry about an ex’s post on Facebook, or find out about an affair by cyber sleuthing. We must learn to navigate the positive aspects of <a data-defintionname="Technology" data-dictionaryname="testDictionary" class="largeToolTip cluetipLink" href="https://class.waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201930_03/BS_GNED/HMNT_1001_WC/USW1_HMNT_1001_week01.html?course_uid=USW1.30897.201930&service_url=https://class.waldenu.edu/webapps/bbgs-deep-links-BBLEARN/app/wslinks&b2Uri=https%3A%2F%2Fclass.waldenu.edu%2Fwebapps%2Fbbgs-deep-links-BBLEARN#tooltip" data-tooltip="

Technology is the “application of knowledge to the practical aims of human life or to changing and manipulating the human environment. Technology includes the use of materials, tools, techniques, and sources of power to make life easier or more pleasant and work more productive. Whereas science is concerned with how and why things happen, technology focuses on making things happen.”

Technology. (n.d.). Merriam-Webster.com. Retrieved April 1, 2014, from http://www.merriam-webster.com/concise/technology 

” data-hasqtip=”76″>technology (1 in 3 marriage licenses in New York City were to couples who met online) while dealing with the perversion rampant online.

In this week’s you will use the Week 1 <a data-defintionname="Notes and Readings" data-dictionaryname="testDictionary" class="mediumToolTip cluetipLink" href="https://class.waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201930_03/BS_GNED/HMNT_1001_WC/USW1_HMNT_1001_week01.html?course_uid=USW1.30897.201930&service_url=https://class.waldenu.edu/webapps/bbgs-deep-links-BBLEARN/app/wslinks&b2Uri=https%3A%2F%2Fclass.waldenu.edu%2Fwebapps%2Fbbgs-deep-links-BBLEARN#tooltip" data-tooltip="

Week 1-Week 5 will include Notes and Readings that includes content and context for the resources. The Notes and Readings should be read first-before any of the other resources. This content will provide a lens through which you will view the rest of the course resources.

” data-hasqtip=”39″>Notes and Readings to explore what it means to be human in a <a data-defintionname="virtual" data-dictionaryname="testDictionary" class="mediumToolTip cluetipLink" href="https://class.waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201930_03/BS_GNED/HMNT_1001_WC/USW1_HMNT_1001_week01.html?course_uid=USW1.30897.201930&service_url=https://class.waldenu.edu/webapps/bbgs-deep-links-BBLEARN/app/wslinks&b2Uri=https%3A%2F%2Fclass.waldenu.edu%2Fwebapps%2Fbbgs-deep-links-BBLEARN#tooltip" data-tooltip="

This course discusses how humans live in a virtual world. Virtual is defined as “being on or simulated on a computer or computer network” and “occurring or existing primarily online or relating to, or existing within a virtual reality.” In this course, virtual is interchangeable with cyber, digital, and asynchronous when used to describe online environments.

” data-hasqtip=”40″>virtual world. Reference the resources in your post and response. If you are relating an idea or building upon the readings, poems, or videos, please identify the source.

<a data-defintionname="To prepare for the Discussion" data-dictionaryname="testDictionary" class="smallToolTip cluetipLink" href="https://class.waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201930_03/BS_GNED/HMNT_1001_WC/USW1_HMNT_1001_week01.html?course_uid=USW1.30897.201930&service_url=https://class.waldenu.edu/webapps/bbgs-deep-links-BBLEARN/app/wslinks&b2Uri=https%3A%2F%2Fclass.waldenu.edu%2Fwebapps%2Fbbgs-deep-links-BBLEARN#tooltip" data-tooltip="

Learning to spot a strong argument in what you read can help you become better at constructing your own arguments when you write.

” data-hasqtip=”9″>To prepare:

  • <a data-defintionname="read" data-dictionaryname="testDictionary" class="mediumToolTip cluetipLink" href="https://class.waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201930_03/BS_GNED/HMNT_1001_WC/USW1_HMNT_1001_week01.html?course_uid=USW1.30897.201930&service_url=https://class.waldenu.edu/webapps/bbgs-deep-links-BBLEARN/app/wslinks&b2Uri=https%3A%2F%2Fclass.waldenu.edu%2Fwebapps%2Fbbgs-deep-links-BBLEARN#tooltip" data-tooltip="

    Critical reading generally refers to reading in a scholarly context, with an eye toward identifying a text or author’s viewpoints, arguments, evidence, potential biases, and conclusions.  Critical reading means evaluating what you have read using your knowledge as a scholar.  You may look at the quality of the writing, the quality of the research, and the persuasiveness of the arguments, among other things. Critical reading is an active process by which a scholar rigorously and systematically questions the literature with the goal of assessing credibility and validity.

    For more information, see http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/writingcenter/writingprocess/criticalreading

    ” data-hasqtip=”43″>Read and reflect upon the Week 1 Notes and Readings.

  • Think about interactions you have had in a <a data-defintionname="virtual" data-dictionaryname="testDictionary" class="mediumToolTip cluetipLink" href="https://class.waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201930_03/BS_GNED/HMNT_1001_WC/USW1_HMNT_1001_week01.html?course_uid=USW1.30897.201930&service_url=https://class.waldenu.edu/webapps/bbgs-deep-links-BBLEARN/app/wslinks&b2Uri=https%3A%2F%2Fclass.waldenu.edu%2Fwebapps%2Fbbgs-deep-links-BBLEARN#tooltip" data-tooltip="

    This course discusses how humans live in a virtual world. Virtual is defined as “being on or simulated on a computer or computer network” and “occurring or existing primarily online or relating to, or existing within a virtual reality.” In this course, virtual is interchangeable with cyber, digital, and asynchronous when used to describe online environments.

    ” data-hasqtip=”44″>virtual space such as a help line/call center, Skype, Amazon shopping cart, or your communications with a University.

  • Think about whether you’ve had emotional reactions to material online.

Post a paragraph response (about 500+ words in length) to the following questions:

  • Do you behave and communicate differently online than you do face-to-face? How so? Give specific examples.
  • What does it mean to be “fully human”? In light of your definition, do you think we can be “fully human” while interacting with others in a <a data-defintionname="virtual" data-dictionaryname="testDictionary" class="mediumToolTip cluetipLink" href="https://class.waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201930_03/BS_GNED/HMNT_1001_WC/USW1_HMNT_1001_week01.html?course_uid=USW1.30897.201930&service_url=https://class.waldenu.edu/webapps/bbgs-deep-links-BBLEARN/app/wslinks&b2Uri=https%3A%2F%2Fclass.waldenu.edu%2Fwebapps%2Fbbgs-deep-links-BBLEARN#tooltip" data-tooltip="

    This course discusses how humans live in a virtual world. Virtual is defined as “being on or simulated on a computer or computer network” and “occurring or existing primarily online or relating to, or existing within a virtual reality.” In this course, virtual is interchangeable with cyber, digital, and asynchronous when used to describe online environments.

    ” data-hasqtip=”46″>virtual space? Why or why not?

<a data-defintionname="Required Readings" data-dictionaryname="testDictionary" class="smallToolTip cluetipLink" href="https://class.waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201930_03/BS_GNED/HMNT_1001_WC/USW1_HMNT_1001_week01.html?course_uid=USW1.30897.201930&service_url=https://class.waldenu.edu/webapps/bbgs-deep-links-BBLEARN/app/wslinks&b2Uri=https%3A%2F%2Fclass.waldenu.edu%2Fwebapps%2Fbbgs-deep-links-BBLEARN#tooltip" data-tooltip="

Required Readings is the area in each module where you will find the written resources you will need to guide your work in the course.

” data-hasqtip=”1″>Required Readings

Notes and Readings

What are the Humanities?

Since this is a <a data-defintionname="Humanities" data-dictionaryname="testDictionary" class="smallToolTip cluetipLink" href="https://class.waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201930_03/BS_GNED/HMNT_1001_WC/USW1_HMNT_1001_week01Notes.html#tooltip" data-tooltip="

Humanities, as an academic discipline, explores what it means to be human by examining the ways that we communicate and process information.

” data-hasqtip=”0″>Humanities course, we should begin by understanding what the Humanities are. Humanities courses generally include arts, literature, philosophy, languages, and similar courses. What these all have in common is their focus on human expression and experience. According to the Ohio Humanities Council:

The
<a data-defintionname="Humanities" data-dictionaryname="testDictionary" class="smallToolTip cluetipLink" href="https://class.waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201930_03/BS_GNED/HMNT_1001_WC/USW1_HMNT_1001_week01Notes.html#tooltip" data-tooltip="

Humanities, as an academic discipline, explores what it means to be human by examining the ways that we communicate and process information.

” data-hasqtip=”1″>humanities are the stories, the ideas, and the words that help us make sense of our lives and our world. The humanities introduce us to people we have never met, places we have never visited, and ideas that may have never crossed our minds. By showing how others have lived and thought about life, the humanities help us decide what is important in our own lives and what we can do to make them better. By connecting us with other people, they point the way to answers about what is right or wrong, or what is true to our heritage and our history. The humanities help us address the challenges we face together in our families, our communities, and as a nation. (Ohio Humanities Council, 2014)

One way of understanding the <a data-defintionname="Humanities" data-dictionaryname="testDictionary" class="smallToolTip cluetipLink" href="https://class.waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201930_03/BS_GNED/HMNT_1001_WC/USW1_HMNT_1001_week01Notes.html#tooltip" data-tooltip="

Humanities, as an academic discipline, explores what it means to be human by examining the ways that we communicate and process information.

” data-hasqtip=”2″>humanities is that they are various attempts to explore the question: What does it mean to be human?

What do the <a data-defintionname="Humanities" data-dictionaryname="testDictionary" class="smallToolTip cluetipLink" href="https://class.waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201930_03/BS_GNED/HMNT_1001_WC/USW1_HMNT_1001_week01Notes.html#tooltip" data-tooltip="

Humanities, as an academic discipline, explores what it means to be human by examining the ways that we communicate and process information.

” data-hasqtip=”3″>Humanities have to do with <a data-defintionname="Technology" data-dictionaryname="testDictionary" class="largeToolTip cluetipLink" href="https://class.waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201930_03/BS_GNED/HMNT_1001_WC/USW1_HMNT_1001_week01Notes.html#tooltip" data-tooltip="

Technology is the “application of knowledge to the practical aims of human life or to changing and manipulating the human environment. Technology includes the use of materials, tools, techniques, and sources of power to make life easier or more pleasant and work more productive. Whereas science is concerned with how and why things happen, technology focuses on making things happen.”

Technology. (n.d.). Merriam-Webster.com. Retrieved April 1, 2014, from http://www.merriam-webster.com/concise/technology 

” data-hasqtip=”14″>Technology?

Humans have been intrigued by machines, and as we will see throughout this course, humans depend on their machines, sometimes too much. Many science fiction stories, such as in the film I Robot, have explored the possibility of machines taking over and controlling humans. But ultimately, the machines depend on humans. <a data-defintionname="Technology" data-dictionaryname="testDictionary" class="largeToolTip cluetipLink" href="https://class.waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201930_03/BS_GNED/HMNT_1001_WC/USW1_HMNT_1001_week01Notes.html#tooltip" data-tooltip="

Technology is the “application of knowledge to the practical aims of human life or to changing and manipulating the human environment. Technology includes the use of materials, tools, techniques, and sources of power to make life easier or more pleasant and work more productive. Whereas science is concerned with how and why things happen, technology focuses on making things happen.”

Technology. (n.d.). Merriam-Webster.com. Retrieved April 1, 2014, from http://www.merriam-webster.com/concise/technology 

” data-hasqtip=”15″>Technology is something we use to make our lives better, and we should not forget that, even when it seems to make life more difficult.

In The Green Hills of Earth, Robert Heinlein wrote a “future history” in which he speculated about what it might be like to be human in the distant future, when humans have moved into outer space. As you <a data-defintionname="read" data-dictionaryname="testDictionary" class="mediumToolTip cluetipLink" href="https://class.waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201930_03/BS_GNED/HMNT_1001_WC/USW1_HMNT_1001_week01Notes.html#tooltip" data-tooltip="

Critical reading generally refers to reading in a scholarly context, with an eye toward identifying a text or author’s viewpoints, arguments, evidence, potential biases, and conclusions.  Critical reading means evaluating what you have read using your knowledge as a scholar.  You may look at the quality of the writing, the quality of the research, and the persuasiveness of the arguments, among other things. Critical reading is an active process by which a scholar rigorously and systematically questions the literature with the goal of assessing credibility and validity.

For more information, see http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/writingcenter/writingprocess/criticalreading

” data-hasqtip=”7″>read the story, consider how Heinlein’s basic idea of humanity could have been set in any number of historical periods and in any number of places on Earth. Wherever and whenever humans exist, we have heroes, we sing songs, we work hard, and we sometimes have to face difficult choices.

<a data-defintionname="read" data-dictionaryname="testDictionary" class="mediumToolTip cluetipLink" href="https://class.waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201930_03/BS_GNED/HMNT_1001_WC/USW1_HMNT_1001_week01Notes.html#tooltip" data-tooltip="

Critical reading generally refers to reading in a scholarly context, with an eye toward identifying a text or author’s viewpoints, arguments, evidence, potential biases, and conclusions.  Critical reading means evaluating what you have read using your knowledge as a scholar.  You may look at the quality of the writing, the quality of the research, and the persuasiveness of the arguments, among other things. Critical reading is an active process by which a scholar rigorously and systematically questions the literature with the goal of assessing credibility and validity.

For more information, see http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/writingcenter/writingprocess/criticalreading

” data-hasqtip=”8″>Read: The Green Hills of Earth by Robert Heinlein, then listen to the Radio Drama version which aired July 21, 1957.

Text: Heinlein, R. (1966). The green hills of earth. In The Saturday Evening Post Reader of Fantasy and Science Fiction (pp. 29–38). New York, NY: Doubleday. Retrieved March 23, 2014, from
https://archive.org/details/TheGreenHillsOfEarth

Podcast: Heinlein, R. (Producer). (1957, July 21). The green hills of earth [Audio podcast]. Retrieved from
https://archive.org/details/CBSRadioWorkshop

Although none of us are likely to venture into outer space in our own lifetimes, we are likely to encounter a future changed and dominated by new technologies. As you <a data-defintionname="read" data-dictionaryname="testDictionary" class="mediumToolTip cluetipLink" href="https://class.waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201930_03/BS_GNED/HMNT_1001_WC/USW1_HMNT_1001_week01Notes.html#tooltip" data-tooltip="

Critical reading generally refers to reading in a scholarly context, with an eye toward identifying a text or author’s viewpoints, arguments, evidence, potential biases, and conclusions.  Critical reading means evaluating what you have read using your knowledge as a scholar.  You may look at the quality of the writing, the quality of the research, and the persuasiveness of the arguments, among other things. Critical reading is an active process by which a scholar rigorously and systematically questions the literature with the goal of assessing credibility and validity.

For more information, see http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/writingcenter/writingprocess/criticalreading

” data-hasqtip=”9″>read these poems by Richard Brautigan and Tracy K. Smith, think about what kind of future you would like to encounter, and how the new technologies of today and tomorrow might fit into it.

<a data-defintionname="read" data-dictionaryname="testDictionary" class="mediumToolTip cluetipLink" href="https://class.waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201930_03/BS_GNED/HMNT_1001_WC/USW1_HMNT_1001_week01Notes.html#tooltip" data-tooltip="

Critical reading generally refers to reading in a scholarly context, with an eye toward identifying a text or author’s viewpoints, arguments, evidence, potential biases, and conclusions.  Critical reading means evaluating what you have read using your knowledge as a scholar.  You may look at the quality of the writing, the quality of the research, and the persuasiveness of the arguments, among other things. Critical reading is an active process by which a scholar rigorously and systematically questions the literature with the goal of assessing credibility and validity.

For more information, see http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/writingcenter/writingprocess/criticalreading

” data-hasqtip=”10″>Read the poem All Watched Over By Machines Of Loving Grace

Brautigan R. (n.d.). All watched over by machines of loving grace. All Poetry. Retrieved March 23, 2014, from
http://allpoetry.com/poem/8508991-All-Watched-Over…

Then, <a data-defintionname="read" data-dictionaryname="testDictionary" class="mediumToolTip cluetipLink" href="https://class.waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201930_03/BS_GNED/HMNT_1001_WC/USW1_HMNT_1001_week01Notes.html#tooltip" data-tooltip="

Critical reading generally refers to reading in a scholarly context, with an eye toward identifying a text or author’s viewpoints, arguments, evidence, potential biases, and conclusions.  Critical reading means evaluating what you have read using your knowledge as a scholar.  You may look at the quality of the writing, the quality of the research, and the persuasiveness of the arguments, among other things. Critical reading is an active process by which a scholar rigorously and systematically questions the literature with the goal of assessing credibility and validity.

For more information, see http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/writingcenter/writingprocess/criticalreading

” data-hasqtip=”11″>read Sci-Fi, a poem by Tracy K. Smith

Smith, T. K. (2011). Sci-Fi. Poets.org. Retrieved from
http://www.poets.org/viewmedia.php/prmMID/22254#st…

Then, <a data-defintionname="read" data-dictionaryname="testDictionary" class="mediumToolTip cluetipLink" href="https://class.waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201930_03/BS_GNED/HMNT_1001_WC/USW1_HMNT_1001_week01Notes.html#tooltip" data-tooltip="

Critical reading generally refers to reading in a scholarly context, with an eye toward identifying a text or author’s viewpoints, arguments, evidence, potential biases, and conclusions.  Critical reading means evaluating what you have read using your knowledge as a scholar.  You may look at the quality of the writing, the quality of the research, and the persuasiveness of the arguments, among other things. Critical reading is an active process by which a scholar rigorously and systematically questions the literature with the goal of assessing credibility and validity.

For more information, see http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/writingcenter/writingprocess/criticalreading

” data-hasqtip=”12″>read Tool-Using Animals, an online slide show by Rachel VanCott

VanCott, R. (2010). Tool-Using Animals. Public Broadcasting Service (PBS). Retrieved from
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/nature/tool-using-ani…

Now that you have looked at some ideas about humans and <a data-defintionname="Technology" data-dictionaryname="testDictionary" class="largeToolTip cluetipLink" href="https://class.waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201930_03/BS_GNED/HMNT_1001_WC/USW1_HMNT_1001_week01Notes.html#tooltip" data-tooltip="

Technology is the “application of knowledge to the practical aims of human life or to changing and manipulating the human environment. Technology includes the use of materials, tools, techniques, and sources of power to make life easier or more pleasant and work more productive. Whereas science is concerned with how and why things happen, technology focuses on making things happen.”

Technology. (n.d.). Merriam-Webster.com. Retrieved April 1, 2014, from http://www.merriam-webster.com/concise/technology 

” data-hasqtip=”16″>technology, it is time to work with these ideas by writing about them and discussing them. You probably know how easy it is to forget what you have <a data-defintionname="read" data-dictionaryname="testDictionary" class="mediumToolTip cluetipLink" href="https://class.waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201930_03/BS_GNED/HMNT_1001_WC/USW1_HMNT_1001_week01Notes.html#tooltip" data-tooltip="

Critical reading generally refers to reading in a scholarly context, with an eye toward identifying a text or author’s viewpoints, arguments, evidence, potential biases, and conclusions.  Critical reading means evaluating what you have read using your knowledge as a scholar.  You may look at the quality of the writing, the quality of the research, and the persuasiveness of the arguments, among other things. Critical reading is an active process by which a scholar rigorously and systematically questions the literature with the goal of assessing credibility and validity.

For more information, see http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/writingcenter/writingprocess/criticalreading

” data-hasqtip=”13″>read. But through writing and discussing the readings, and applying them to your own experience and ideas, you will remember and understand how you can use these in your own life.

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