Monday, March 16, 2009
Lynda Williams speaks on the how the messages plays in all media these days at UNBC gathering of university newspaper journalists

The Message Plays in All Media

Lynda Williams, author of the Okal Rel Saga and editor of the ORU Legacies
series, spoke to a gathering of university newspaper journalists on how the flow of information not only across different media but across barriers of societal classification. Lynda has taught applied computing for twenty years, received three awards for pioneering in social uses of computing, managed the Centre for Teaching and Learning at UNBC from 1997 to 2006 and holds two post-graduate degrees in information-related topics. Lynda has also worked as a professional journalist, blogs at "Reality Skimming", ran an online literary journal from 1999 to 2006 and currently writes a monthly column for the Northern Log. She is a member of the UNBC Arts Council.

Many thanks to Samantha Farrow for the invitation. Audience members are shown here looking over the review Samantha's daughter, Mel, wrote of the Okal Rel Saga for the UNBC student newspaper Over the Edge. Samantha is arts and entertainment editor for Over the Edge.

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