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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


Thurs 18 Feb


Tues 23 Feb


Thurs 25 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

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