The truths expressed below are universally acknowledged.
I am a simple man: I like pint glasses, long walks with the dogs, and campus news.
I think I speak for everyone, however, in saying that I am a little tired of Courseworks discussion posts. They are neither beautiful, bold, nor Barnard. And they have interrupted my Thursday mornings for the last time.
There may have been a time, perhaps, when the Internet was new and those who set trends argued, “We must have the students write discussion posts”—and those people may have had good intentions—but we, with the benefit of hindsight, now understand just how disastrous the resulting Courseworks discussion post was. #longsentences
So, what to do? It comes down to this:
Trees grow; times change; and Courseworks discussion posts must go.
“But what,” I hear some cry, “will replace Courseworks discussion posts?”
This article, I answer, will answer that question. Here are some alternatives to Courseworks discussion posts:
1. Putting Away Tools For Hours At A Time
2. Memorizing Phone Numbers
3. Stacking Rocks
4. Writing Four Essays
5. Hypothesizing About Dry Ice
That is all. You may leaven deaven bow.
Succulent via Bwog Archive
Dogs via Wikimedia Commons
Internetting via Wikimedia Commons
Tools via PixaBay
Phone Book via Wikimedia Commons
Rock Stack via PixaBay
Writing via PixaBay
Dry Ice via Wikimedia Commons