College professors say more text lingo is seeping into papers and correspondence with students -- something many say they do not appreciate. Photo: Getty Images/Chicago Tribune
Article on CSUEB student texting goes viral
- May 24, 2010 11:45am
Contra Costa Times reporter Matt Krupnick included Cal State East Bay Professor Sally Murphy and Instructor Alejo Enriquez in his article, "Professors not ROTFL at students' text language." The article first appeared April 12 for East Bay audiences but has since gone viral via the McClatchy/Tribune News Service. The story has now appeared in the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Seattle Times, Fox 8 News Cleveland, and Indiana’s WTTV Channel 4!
Read the original blog post, “NE1 UzN txtN slang 4 termpapers?”
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