Angela Thomas, whose research is on young peoples’ experiences in virtual environments, is reading Planet Jemma, the get-girls-into-science project that the Online Caroline guys did after Online Caroline. She’s excited after her first email, and has signed up for other email narratives too.

3 thoughts on “reading people reading email stories

  1. William Wend

    I just started Planet Jemma a few days ago also! I am very pleased with it so far. I loved Online Caroline (inspired after reading your paper!) and just read in an article on Planet Jemma they are working on a sequel.

  2. Jill

    That’s great to hear!

  3. William Wend

    Here is that article btw

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