Voices Through the Mask and Beyond
Voicing through the mask, Bowen’s interviewee shared the experiences of exploring unexpected romantic scenarios created by Covid. Voicing through the mask, Saketh’s team found that using Zoom is a huge bonus to classroom broadcasting and activities scheduling. Voicing through the mask, Laurie’s guest speaker conducted a thorough analysis of the core objective and user expectations to fulfill remote teaching requirements…
Why are we seeing so many instances of positive externalities despite the universal turmoil — Covid-19 pandemic? In this wrapping episode of Voicing Through the Mask, let’s explore sparkles of how human beings try hard to voice despite the physical difficulties and how those virtues may be perpetuated.
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“Language Instruction: Abroad vs. In-Person”. FA21 ENGRD221W, David Morgen, Emory University.
“Love in the Time of Covid”. FA21 ENGRD221W, David Morgen, Emory University.
“Rend or Mend? Friendship in the Pandemic”. FA21 ENGRD221W, David Morgen, Emory University.
“Zooming Through Doom”. FA21 ENGRD221W, David Morgen, Emory University.
- Evan Schaeffer, “Laurel Breeze“
- Blue Sky Moon, “The Calm of A 12th Morning“
- Mr Smith, “Darkening of the Light“
- Ketsa, “Between-Each“