Transitions

Remember how I mentioned creating a new website over the summer thanks to a student who is interested in responsive web design? Well, it’s still in development, but http://deniselg.com/ is starting to shape up nicely.

Once we’ve put together everything as we want it, I’ll be moving my blogging over to the site. In other words, I’ll be retiring this version of “essaying the plains” here on WordPress, so be sure to follow my posts over there.  I’m still deciding whether or not to migrate all of my old posts over to the new site. In the meantime, they will be archived here.

I’m feeling kind of nostalgic about this blog at the moment, since it got me through my dissertation, wedding, and the first few years of life on the tenure track. That being said, I’m supper excited about my new website, as it will be where I handle my teaching sites as well as research/personal blogging. Here’s to progress!

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I am an associate professor of English and writing center coordinator at Southwestern Oklahoma State University. I teach courses in composition, creative nonfiction, fundamentals of English, and peer tutoring.

Posted in How it’s going, Me, Monthly progress review
3 comments on “Transitions
  1. Linda Landrum says:

    SUPER

  2. Heh, I was considering importing everything over from here because since you are moving everything over, it’s important for people to easily find your old posts. Of course, this blog won’t be going anywhere because nostalgia, but with the exception of assignment posts, bring your older stuff over!

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