We gathered collections we had made of papers, letters, maps, photos, and other fragments and objects. We cut, tore, arranged, and rearranged these items into a collage representing what we have discovered over this past year and a half. We could use the floor itself as a background, since we were working back and forth between analogue and digital formats. This allowed us to include 3-D and live objects in our photographed versions of our collages. Cynthia accidentally photographed her foot as she shot an image of her collage in progress, and it magically became part of her collage itself! Tommaso described how we will be able to “lift” images of our writing and our hard copy images to rearrange and overlay onto our collages in digital formats. This dialogue between digital and analogue formats mirrors how our very lives and our teaching have become a dialogue between our face-to-face and virtual worlds.