Revision history for ProjectProposalAndrewHanson


Revision [18923]

Last edited on 2018-04-17 10:46:23 by AndrewHanson
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- Trust
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- Trust
- Freedom


Revision [18922]

Edited on 2018-04-17 10:35:51 by AndrewHanson
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[[https://wordpress.com/view/andrewhanson2019.wordpress.com Weekly Reports WordPress Page]]
Deletions:
[[https://wordpress.com/page/andrewhanson2019.wordpress.com/154 Weekly Reports WordPress Page]]


Revision [18921]

Edited on 2018-04-17 10:34:18 by AndrewHanson
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- Freedom
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- Freedom
- Sin


Revision [18872]

Edited on 2018-04-04 09:34:08 by AndrewHanson
Additions:
[[https://wordpress.com/view/andrewhanson2019.wordpress.com Bible Time WordPress Project Link]]
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[[https://wordpress.com/page/andrewhanson2019.wordpress.com/152 Bible Time WordPress Project Link]]


Revision [18840]

Edited on 2018-03-22 18:59:00 by AndrewHanson
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- 1 Corinthians
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- Corinthians


Revision [18788]

Edited on 2018-03-06 06:14:30 by MorganAdmin
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Email: [[andrewahanson08@gmail.com]]
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Email: andrewahanson08@gmail.com


Revision [18720]

Edited on 2018-03-04 09:26:42 by AndrewHanson
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With this project, I will create a blog to help me and other to understand Bible verses. I will be reading Bible verses from many different chapters of the Bible. I am using WordPress to blog my content because I want people to be able to comment, but not change what I have written. The aim of the blog will be to help me and others to understand the verses and even apply them to their lives if they choose. I hope to learn more through this process, and will write how I have grown through the process as well. My own experience in what the verses mean and how they have affected me will be in the blog as well.
Deletions:
With this project I will create a blog to help me and other to understand Bible verses. I will be reading Bible verses from many different chapters of the Bible. I am using WordPress to blog my content because I want people to be able to comment, but not change what I have written. The aim of the blog will be to help me and others to understand the verses and even apply them to their lives if they choose. I hope to learn more through this process, and will write how I have grown through the process as well. My own experience in what the verses mean and how they have affected me will be in the blog as well.


Revision [18701]

Edited on 2018-03-01 19:09:37 by AndrewHanson
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I will do a wiki essay for my Final Project Report just to summarize everything that I did, and then finally give a few paragraphs on how it affected me personally. I basically will just be explaining what I did to the class and why. I hope to add to my knowledge and get other students interested in the topics.
Deletions:
I will do a wiki essay for my Final Project Report just to summarize everything that I did, and then finally give a few paragraphs on how it affected me personally. I basically will just be explaining what I did to the class and why.


Revision [18700]

Edited on 2018-03-01 19:08:27 by AndrewHanson
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I will do a wiki essay for my Final Project Report just to summarize everything that I did, and then finally give a few paragraphs on how it affected me personally. I basically will just be explaining what I did to the class and why.
Deletions:
I will do a wiki essay for my Final Project just to summarize everything that I did, and then finally give a few paragraphs on how it affected me personally. I basically will just be explaining what I did to the class and why.


Revision [18699]

Edited on 2018-03-01 19:08:02 by AndrewHanson
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For the process, I will pick 3 verses or passages to read through from a chapter. Each week will have a different chapter from which I will make 3 posts from the 3 verses. Each post has it's own verse. Second, I will express my initial thoughts on the verse for that post. Then, after researching and linking to different ideas, I will explain what the verse means. Finally, I will summarize the explanation in a paragraph or so. This will be done for each verse and post. Three posts a week from the chosen chapter will be posted to the blog.
Deletions:
For the process, I will pick an initial verse or passage to read through from a chapter. Each week will have a different chapter from which I will make 3 posts out of. I will put the verses in my blog. Second, I will express my initial thoughts on it. Then, after researching and linking to different ideas, I will explain what the verse means. Finally, I will summarize the explanation in a paragraph or so.


Revision [18698]

Edited on 2018-03-01 19:04:44 by AndrewHanson
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I will have a weekly report most likely posted every Thursday for my weekly reflection.
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I will have a weekly report most likely posted every Thursday.


Revision [18697]

Edited on 2018-03-01 19:04:23 by AndrewHanson
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I will have a weekly report most likely posted every Thursday.


Revision [18696]

Edited on 2018-03-01 19:03:40 by AndrewHanson
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For the process, I will pick an initial verse or passage to read through from a chapter. Each week will have a different chapter from which I will make 3 posts out of. I will put the verses in my blog. Second, I will express my initial thoughts on it. Then, after researching and linking to different ideas, I will explain what the verse means. Finally, I will summarize the explanation in a paragraph or so.
The topics for each week will be shown on the blogroll on the right side of my weblog. Each blogroll link will have have the topic name and then what post number it will be. Example: Matthew Post 1. Then the second post will be: Matthew Post 2. This will organize the posts so the readers know what they are clicking on.
Deletions:
For the process, I will pick an initial verse or passage to read through from a chapter. Each week will have a different chapter from which I will make 3 posts out of. I will put the verses in my blog. Second, I will express my initial thoughts on it. Then, after researching and linking to different ideas, I will explain what the verse means. Finally, I will summarize the explanation in a paragraph or so.


Revision [18695]

Edited on 2018-03-01 19:00:41 by AndrewHanson
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Topics or Chapters:
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Topics and Chapters:


Revision [18694]

Edited on 2018-03-01 18:58:46 by AndrewHanson
Additions:
For the process, I will pick an initial verse or passage to read through from a chapter. Each week will have a different chapter from which I will make 3 posts out of. I will put the verses in my blog. Second, I will express my initial thoughts on it. Then, after researching and linking to different ideas, I will explain what the verse means. Finally, I will summarize the explanation in a paragraph or so.
I will have a topic or passage 3 times a week from a chapter in the Bible. I am not going to pick each verse I plan to use in the list below, but just the chapter or topic. When the time comes to write about the topic or chapter, I will pick specific verses to write about. These are also just ideas, so I might add others in my blog.
Topics and Chapters:
- Matthew
- Corinthians
- Ephesians
- John
- Love
- Trust
- Freedom
- Sin
Deletions:
For the process, I will pick an initial verse or passage to read through. I will quote the verse in my blog. Second, I will express my initial thoughts on it. Then, after researching and linking to different ideas, I will explain what the verse means. Finally, I will summarize the explanation in a paragraph or so.
I will have a topic or passage twice a week from a chapter in the Bible.
Topics:
-


Revision [18693]

Edited on 2018-03-01 18:52:34 by AndrewHanson
Additions:
[[https://wordpress.com/page/andrewhanson2019.wordpress.com/152 Bible Time WordPress Project Link]]
Deletions:
[[https://wordpress.com/pages/andrewhanson2019.wordpress.com Bible Time WordPress Project Link]]


Revision [18692]

Edited on 2018-03-01 18:49:14 by AndrewHanson
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====Email Address and URL for the Project====
====Executive Description====
====Narrative====
====Readings and Topics====
====Contract for Grade====
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Email Address and URL for the Project
=====Executive Description=====
=====Narrative=====
=====Readings and Topics=====
=====Contract for Grade=====


Revision [18691]

Edited on 2018-03-01 18:48:42 by AndrewHanson

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Revision [18690]

Edited on 2018-03-01 18:48:35 by AndrewHanson
Additions:
Email Address and URL for the Project
Email: andrewahanson08@gmail.com
[[https://wordpress.com/pages/andrewhanson2019.wordpress.com Bible Time WordPress Project Link]]


Revision [18689]

Edited on 2018-03-01 18:46:50 by AndrewHanson
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I will have a topic or passage twice a week from a chapter in the Bible.
Deletions:
I will have a topic or passage twice a week from a chapter in the Bible. Many will be from the New Testament (When Jesus was on earth).


Revision [18688]

Edited on 2018-03-01 18:46:29 by AndrewHanson
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=====Readings and Topics=====


Revision [18687]

Edited on 2018-03-01 18:45:50 by AndrewHanson
Additions:
[[https://wordpress.com/page/andrewhanson2019.wordpress.com/154 Weekly Reports WordPress Page]]
Deletions:
[[https://wordpress.com/page/andrewhanson2019.wordpress.com/154 Weekly Reports Link]]


Revision [18686]

Edited on 2018-03-01 18:45:24 by AndrewHanson
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Weekly Reports: [[https://wordpress.com/stats/day/andrewhanson2019.wordpress.com Andrew's WordPress Blog]]


Revision [18685]

Edited on 2018-03-01 18:44:58 by AndrewHanson
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====Weekly Reports====
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=====Weekly Reports=====


Revision [18684]

Edited on 2018-03-01 18:44:32 by AndrewHanson
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=====Weekly Reports=====
[[https://wordpress.com/page/andrewhanson2019.wordpress.com/154 Weekly Reports Link]]
I am contracting for 250 points (A). I will post 3 times a week. Each post will be 500-1000 words each. I want to challenge myself to give good content and not just fluff with this, too. I am giving myself the freedom to post whenever, however it must be 3 times a week. I plan to add and edit the blog however many times it needs editing. I work the best by doing everything all at once, so I might do a post in a day, but it could take me multiple hours.
Deletions:
I am contracting for 1000 points. I will have post 2 times a week. Each post will be 500-1000 words each. I want to challenge myself to give good content and not just fluff with this, too. I am giving myself the freedom to post whenever, however it must be twice a week. I plan to add and edit the blog however many times it needs editing. I work the best by doing everything all at once, so I might do a post in a day, but it could take me multiple hours.
=====Calendar=====
- Monday, 26 March.
Most of the nodes will have already been set up.
I wil have at least 12 posts on the blog by this time.
A list of similar wikis and blogs will be compiled.

- Monday, 23 April.
All of the pages will be complete.
A final touch up and last minute check to see that all is in order.
I should have two dozen blog posts by now.
- Monday 30 April.
The Wiki is complete and I am ready to present.


Revision [18683]

Edited on 2018-03-01 18:12:34 by AndrewHanson
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Bible Time
For my project, I will be reading passages from the Bible and explaining them, not only for myself to understand them better, but so others can learn as well. This project will take place on my current WordPress weblog so that people can comment, but not change my writing.
With this project I will create a blog to help me and other to understand Bible verses. I will be reading Bible verses from many different chapters of the Bible. I am using WordPress to blog my content because I want people to be able to comment, but not change what I have written. The aim of the blog will be to help me and others to understand the verses and even apply them to their lives if they choose. I hope to learn more through this process, and will write how I have grown through the process as well. My own experience in what the verses mean and how they have affected me will be in the blog as well.
I will also be linking to videos and articles that help me to explain why the passage means what it does, and I will give summaries at the ends of the blogs so the reader can understand the overview of what was explained. There are many great speakers and websites that I can use to aid me in my explanations.
For the process, I will pick an initial verse or passage to read through. I will quote the verse in my blog. Second, I will express my initial thoughts on it. Then, after researching and linking to different ideas, I will explain what the verse means. Finally, I will summarize the explanation in a paragraph or so.
I will have a topic or passage twice a week from a chapter in the Bible. Many will be from the New Testament (When Jesus was on earth).
Topics:
-
I will do a wiki essay for my Final Project just to summarize everything that I did, and then finally give a few paragraphs on how it affected me personally. I basically will just be explaining what I did to the class and why.
Weekly Reports: [[https://wordpress.com/stats/day/andrewhanson2019.wordpress.com Andrew's WordPress Blog]]
I am contracting for 1000 points. I will have post 2 times a week. Each post will be 500-1000 words each. I want to challenge myself to give good content and not just fluff with this, too. I am giving myself the freedom to post whenever, however it must be twice a week. I plan to add and edit the blog however many times it needs editing. I work the best by doing everything all at once, so I might do a post in a day, but it could take me multiple hours.
Deletions:
Bible Time
This project will be a wiki set up to help people get the most from the Bemidji State University library. A wiki allows for the continual revision/addition of new materials which will aid students, faculty, and the general public in finding the resources they need; which are available at the BSU library.
With this project I intend to create a wiki to aid students in learning about and better understanding the resources available through the A.C. Clark library. While I will also include links to other wiki's and websites which offer general research paper advice, this wiki will focus on how to use the BSU library.
The home page topics will be:
- Using Ready Reference
- Course Reserve/ILL
- Research Tips
- FAQ
- Links
- Media Help
- Floor Layout
- Library Diversions
I will develop more nodes as the project progresses. Working as a Graduate Assistant (GA) in the library I have noticed that many people know to go to the library for information, but after that, are unsure where that information is located. The aim of this wiki is to provide a guide, so a person knows where to head to find the information they were looking for.
Some of the pages will be walkthroughs of resources available online through the BSU library website. Others will give descriptions of how to use some of the equipment in the library, i.e. microfilm, microfiche, copiers, etc. The floor layout will give a description of where different subjects of books can be located, in case a student wishes to browse. General information items such as dictionaries, encyclopedias will be highlighted. Pictures might also be included to aid those who learn best with a visual example.
My wiki report will be the highlights of my wiki's creation, taken from postings on my blog. I will also present to the class pro's and con's for using a wiki or a blog to complete my task. I will then ask the class if they noticed any other pro's and con's.
My graduate readings will consist mostly of looking at other blogs and wiki's which attempt to create an informational site with a particular audience in mind. I will compare these sites with mine to better understand what works and what doesn't. I will also be using these sites along with BlogReadingsForCourse and WikiReadingsForCourse, to better understand why a wiki may, (or may not) be better suited than a blog for this type of information sharing.
I am contracting for 1000 points. I plan to make additions to the wiki 5 times a week, while also keeping a journal of my progress on my blog posting 3 times a week. The beginning nodes will be 8, but I do not know how many the final project will have, since I am sure many more topics will be discovered as I go.


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