Comparative Historical Communication

As you listen to the broadcast, take notes. What is the experience of listening like? Is it easy to assimilate the information? Why? Why not? Did it set you thinking about the content of some of the readings … (Ong, Havelock, etc). Then, take your notes and write up a short memo (two to three pages, A4, Times New Roman, 1,5 space), on the experience of listening to the broadcast.


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