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The Last Final


The Last Final
Write a hypertextual document in which you critique and build on the ideas on Web Content Writing that we considered in this course. Find a theme and work with it. Link internally or externally or both. May include images. You may include (link to) notes and other material you wrote for this course. Draw on and use materials we read for this course, or other material you can use you develop your ideas.
Undergrads: 1000 - 1500 words
Grads: 2000 - 3000 words

can make an argument with hypertext
- reader must be dedicated too
- useful and frustrating all at once
- overuse of hypertext possible

Large Argumentative Hypertext
- books versus hypertext, former puts pressure on latter
- open up readers' horizons, greater variety of materials and voices, some do not come to a conclusion
- offers room for wandering and reflected without the narrowed focus on the conclusion, means to get reader to and beyond conclusion
- points are argued, qualified, and linked to other points; distant hypertexts points are put in relation to each other, should see argument coming into focus as a whole rather than a linear step-by-step process
- linear structure versus "tangles" of links, creates growing and gradual familiarity with the whole work
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