24
Sep

September 27 Assignment

First, you can post your weekly response (due tomorrow) on the digital text examples from Thursday or tomorrow's materials on plagiarism/copyright.

Second, we will NOT have class on Thursday the 27th. Instead, post to your blog about the second writing assignment - begin to pick DALN narratives you will analyze and include those links in your post. I'd also like you to start identifying points of comparison/contrast that you will discuss in the assignment.

18
Sep

Link is working!

Patrick called attention to a broken link in the readings for Thursday - this has now been fixed. Be sure to look at the examples of "cyber rhetoric" that I've included as we will spend time in class on these projects.

Also, I am including the link Patrick found for "page jumps," the ability to connect one part of a post with another. You can find it by clicking here.

 

4
Sep

Announcement and Class Videos

In class last week, we decided that the deadlines for short assignments will be midnight on the due date; deadlines for the posts remain the same (before class).

Also, I will be showing a few videos in class today. Most of them can be found here on Kansas State University's webpage:

Digital Ethnography @ Kansas State University

Professor Wesch's 55 minute address to the Library of Congress can be found here.

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