Revision history for ProWebPresenceProject


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Last edited on 2010-02-23 04:58:37 by MorganAdmin
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====Two starting points====
The use of rhetorical appeals: ethos, especially, but also consider logos and pathos (under Invention in chap 9)
pp 137 - 153 in image, text, design. Look to patterns as a way into analysis of these
does one dominate?
is there a pattern to their use?
how are they used: in what circumstances?
audience - rhetor relationship: the roles readers are cast in by the pages
That is, every address of a rhetorical situation implies a role played by the rhetor in addressing it. And every role played by a rhetor in the text implies a concomitant role the reader is to play for the message to work. In other words, audiences are signaled and given stuff to play the role or not. Analysis of this relationship would look at strategies the rhetor uses in defining that relationship.
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Stallman --> ethos <-- Cummins


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Edited on 2010-02-23 04:27:07 by MorganAdmin
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- Stoner, chap 5: Analysis
What rhetorical devices and strategies do these two rhetors use to create an ethos on these two web presence sites?
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What elements and strategies do these two rhetors use to create an ethos on these two web presence sites?


Revision [5968]

Edited on 2010-02-22 15:41:40 by MorganAdmin
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Look at the active elements you see working, and the strategies you see at work.
Stallman --> ethos <-- Cummins
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##Stallman --> ethos <-- Cummins##


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Edited on 2010-02-22 15:39:23 by MorganAdmin
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##Stallman --> ethos <-- Cummins##


Revision [5964]

Edited on 2010-02-18 06:41:04 by MorganAdmin
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http://feltron.com/ < interesting for redefining


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Edited on 2010-02-17 07:46:58 by MorganAdmin
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- Describe the context: Refer to the topics in Stoner as a guide: specific situation, related situations, rhetor-author relationship
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- Describe the context: Refer to the topics in Stoner as a guide.


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Edited on 2010-02-17 07:45:21 by MorganAdmin
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What elements and strategies do these two rhetors use to create an ethos on these two web presence sites?
Deletions:
What elements rhetors use create an ethos , and How do rhetors create ethos on professional web presence sites? What elements and strategies do they use?


Revision [5886]

Edited on 2010-02-16 07:59:26 by MorganAdmin
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With the addition of a search model, we can tighten up what we're looking at in these sites:
What elements rhetors use create an ethos , and How do rhetors create ethos on professional web presence sites? What elements and strategies do they use?


Revision [5879]

Edited on 2010-02-16 05:18:21 by MorganAdmin
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- Conduct some relevant research: Wikipedia is a starting point. You'll need this research to address context.
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- Conduct some relevant research: Wikipedia is a starting point.


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Edited on 2010-02-14 11:41:45 by MorganAdmin
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http://downes.ca/


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Edited on 2010-02-12 08:59:16 by MorganAdmin
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In a new page or under a heading on your main project page, make some notes on the Text-Context interaction for both the Cummins and Stallman sites. Refer to Stoner, chap 4, pp 60 - 66. This means considering how each site meets or does not meet the implicit expectations or conforms or departs from the conventions of this kind of site. Because the genre is just firming up, a handlist of expectations is useful: see Notes on GenreCharacteristicsOfPersonalWebPresenceSites. As a group, or individsually, we can add to this or adapt it as we observe.
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Notes on GenreCharacteristicsOfPersonalWebPresenceSites
In a new page or under a heading on your main project page, make some notes on the Text-Context interaction for both the Cummins and Stallman sites. Refer to Stoner, chap 4, pp 60 - 66. This means considering how each site meets or does not meet the implicit expectations or conforms or departs from the conventions of this kind of site.


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Edited on 2010-02-12 08:57:29 by MorganAdmin
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Drafted 4 Feb 2010. Revised 9 Feb 2010; 12 Feb 2010
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++draft 4 Feb 2010++ revised 9 Feb 2010


Revision [5833]

Edited on 2010-02-12 08:56:23 by MorganAdmin
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We're going to look at how a "professional web presence" functions rhetorically - that is,
What elements rhetors use to persuade, and how they use them, in personal professional web presence sites.
==Genre: Professional home page or Site==
These sites are constructed to create a "professional web presence," a purpose that has been borrowed from corporate sites. A general purpose of the site the construction of a public ethos using web elements (design, images, links, web based text, heads, information of updates, visual signals of professionalism in the field), and information from professional life and activities.
See Notes on GenreCharacteristicsOfPersonalWebPresenceSites
Deletions:
We're going to look at what "professional web presence" means rhetorically - that is,
How professional web presence sites work rhetorically: what elements rhetors use to persuade, and how they use them.
==Genre: professional home page/site==
Morgan will fill this out over the next week.
- constructed for a "professional web presence"
- General purpose is the construction of a public ethos using web elements (design, images, links, web based text, heads, information of updates, visual signals of professionalism in the field)
- Genre markers


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Edited on 2010-02-12 08:50:34 by MorganAdmin
Deletions:
- topic is professional, public self, professional history, accomplishments, current interests and activities
- features statements, enactments, or both of philosophy
- missing private, personal information.
- resume- or cv-like in its content but not in its design.
- Prose: semi-formal? In keeping with general web style. Expect to see light punctuation, short paragraphs, verb-centered. But expect variants for construction of ethos.
- updated: expect frequent, but based on professional accomplishments and progress rather than formal schedule
- images: of self, self in work- or professional settings, images of productions
- links: internal nav: theses may signal the genre as professional and illustrate the organization of content for the faciltating of visitor: press, bookings, calendar. counterposed with About, Accomplishments, etc. counterposed with organization by professional duties or interests: research, classes taught ... Again, watch for heading a content overlaps with resumes and cv
- links internal to content; external to other, such as news, ...
-


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Edited on 2010-02-12 08:46:55 by MorganAdmin
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Notes on GenreCharacteristicsOfPersonalWebPresenceSites


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Edited on 2010-02-10 07:35:31 by MorganAdmin
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http://andrewkeen.typepad.com/


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Edited on 2010-02-09 05:55:48 by MorganAdmin
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++draft 4 Feb 2010++ revised 9 Feb 2010
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draft 4 Feb 2010


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Edited on 2010-02-09 05:54:34 by MorganAdmin
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== Part 1a: Text-Context Interaction ==
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Part 1a
== Text-Context Interaction ==


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Edited on 2010-02-09 05:52:04 by MorganAdmin
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Part 1a
== Text-Context Interaction ==
Some new vocabulary will help you start to make sense of the two sites.
In a new page or under a heading on your main project page, make some notes on the Text-Context interaction for both the Cummins and Stallman sites. Refer to Stoner, chap 4, pp 60 - 66. This means considering how each site meets or does not meet the implicit expectations or conforms or departs from the conventions of this kind of site.


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Edited on 2010-02-04 09:55:27 by MorganAdmin
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- General purpose is the construction of a public ethos using web elements (design, images, links, web based text, heads, information of updates, visual signals of professionalism in the field)
- Genre markers
- topic is professional, public self, professional history, accomplishments, current interests and activities
- features statements, enactments, or both of philosophy
- missing private, personal information.
- resume- or cv-like in its content but not in its design.
- Prose: semi-formal? In keeping with general web style. Expect to see light punctuation, short paragraphs, verb-centered. But expect variants for construction of ethos.
- updated: expect frequent, but based on professional accomplishments and progress rather than formal schedule
- images: of self, self in work- or professional settings, images of productions
- links: internal nav: theses may signal the genre as professional and illustrate the organization of content for the faciltating of visitor: press, bookings, calendar. counterposed with About, Accomplishments, etc. counterposed with organization by professional duties or interests: research, classes taught ... Again, watch for heading a content overlaps with resumes and cv
- links internal to content; external to other, such as news, ...
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Deletions:
- ethos heavy


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Edited on 2010-02-04 07:52:56 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
http://emilycummins.co.uk
Deletions:
http://emilycummins.com


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Edited on 2010-02-04 07:29:20 by MorganAdmin
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- From your wikiname page, create a page to work in, titled WebPresenceXX. You will share this page. You can use it as a storehouse to other pages and notes. Use headings and subheading to organize things.
- Describe the content: I'd recommend using a planned survey.
- Describe the context: Refer to the topics in Stoner as a guide.
- Conduct some relevant research: Wikipedia is a starting point.
Deletions:
- Create a second page to work in, titled WebPresenceXX. You will share this page. You can use it as a storehouse to other pages and notes. Use headings and subheading to organize things.
- Describe the content: I'd recommend using a planned survey
- Describe the context: Refer to the topics in Stoner as a guide
- Conduct some relevant research: Wikipedia is a starting point


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Edited on 2010-02-04 06:11:55 by MorganAdmin
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>>=====Professional Web Presence Project=====
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>>
=====Professional Web Presence Project=====


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Edited on 2010-02-04 06:08:51 by MorganAdmin
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http://mattbarton.net
>>
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http://mattbarton.net>>


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Edited on 2010-02-04 06:08:41 by MorganAdmin
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- what kind of prose this is
http://mattbarton.net>>
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- what kind of prose this is>>
http://mattbarton.net


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Edited on 2010-02-04 06:08:16 by MorganAdmin
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** other pro web presence sites**
http://mcmorgan.org
http://mattbarton.net
===Target Sites===
- Create a second page to work in, titled WebPresenceXX. You will share this page. You can use it as a storehouse to other pages and notes. Use headings and subheading to organize things.
Deletions:
- From your wiki name page, create a page to work in, titled WebPresenceXX. You will share this page if you're working in pairs or threes. You can use it as a storehouse to other pages and notes. Use headings and subheading to organize things.


Revision [5516]

Edited on 2010-02-04 06:07:31 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- From your wiki name page, create a page to work in, titled WebPresenceXX. You will share this page if you're working in pairs or threes. You can use it as a storehouse to other pages and notes. Use headings and subheading to organize things.
Deletions:
- Create a second page to work in, titled WebPresenceXX. You will share this page. You can use it as a storehouse to other pages and notes. Use headings and subheading to organize things.


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Edited on 2010-02-04 05:44:03 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- Stoner, chap 9, with an emphasis on ethos.


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Edited on 2010-02-04 05:35:52 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- use neutral language
- address content and context
Deletions:
- what changes according to what action
- what is where on the page


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Edited on 2010-02-04 05:34:56 by MorganAdmin
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- what's emphasized, and how
- what kind of prose this is>>
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- what's emphasized, and how>>


Revision [5509]

Edited on 2010-02-04 05:34:04 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
How professional web presence sites work rhetorically: what elements rhetors use to persuade, and how they use them.
- ethos heavy
Deletions:
How professional web presence sites works rhetorically, what elements rhetors use to persuade, and how they use them.


Revision [5508]

Edited on 2010-02-04 05:33:11 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
We're going to look at what "professional web presence" means rhetorically - that is,
How professional web presence sites works rhetorically, what elements rhetors use to persuade, and how they use them.
==Genre: professional home page/site==
Morgan will fill this out over the next week.
- constructed for a "professional web presence"
- Work in pairs, threes, or solo.
==Part 1: Systematically describe==
== Part 2: Apply a Search Model ==
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We're going to look at what "pro web presence" means rhetorically - that is,
How a professional web presence sites works rhetorically, what elements rhetors use to persuade, and how they use them.

Genre: professional home page/site
constructed for a "professional web presence"
- Work in pairs, threes, or solo -
====Part 1: Systematically describe====


Revision [5507]

Edited on 2010-02-04 05:30:20 by MorganAdmin
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- what's emphasized, and how>>
=====Professional Web Presence Project=====
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- what's emphasized, and how>>=====Professional Web Presence Project=====


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Edited on 2010-02-04 05:30:04 by MorganAdmin
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- what's emphasized, and how>>=====Professional Web Presence Project=====
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CategoryProject CategoryExercise
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=====Professional Web Presence=====
- what's emphasized, and how>>


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