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Professional Presence Project
Start ProWebPresenceProject: form pairs or groups and plan your strategy.
  • start descriptions of content and context of Stallman site
  • keep referring to Stoner, chap 4, and chap 3
  • for considering prose, use BasicSentencePatterns

Other elements to consider and describe
  • links: frequency, placement
  • lists
  • design of the page: headings, length, organization/sequence down the page
  • navigation
  • footer information
  • Refer to the HandlistOfWebDesign for other elements to keep an eye on

Approaches
  • Planned survey
  • Use headings for context: consider specific circumstance, similar circumstances, similar messages, rhetor and audience.

Reference

Elements of Electronic Rhetoric

ENGL 3179/5179
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Announcements


Tues 9 Feb

Over the weekend, you got started on describing the two pages: deciding on a description strategy, getting down to some close and controlled description.

Thurs 11 Feb


Notes on GenreCharacteristicsOfPersonalWebPresenceSites

Tues 16 Feb


On deck

Features spring 2010: We investigate the rhetorical significance behind weblogs, wikis, microblogging, and Flickr through a series of student-designed projects. The principles behind the practice. 10:00 T and R.

If you're interested in the class, have a look at the CourseStatement (under revision for 2010).

Parallel Course

ENGL 3179/5179: Weblogs and Wikis. Conversation and community with WordPress, wikis, and Flickr; micro-blogging with Twitter and Tumblr.


Participants

LizzPoehler | ZachGreenfield | MadelineHenry | SarahDrury | AndrewRudlang | BethanyPeters |BetsyDowns | AndrewRudlang | SidJohnson | SamanthaHuseby | AndrewRudlang | DanOswald | ShannonSwinton | BlaiseNyaronge | SarahJordan | ZacharyONeill | MelRemick | DuncanSkjaretMcAwesomepants | AnthonyCole | BillStafford | MorganMC | PastParticipants




ENGL 3179/5179 Elements of Electronic Rhetoric
A project-based course in digital and new media

for more information: mmorgan@bemidjistate.edu

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