As we discussed last week, this week we will be landing several discussions and projects with three midterm deliverables that will also provide an opportunity…Leave a Comment
Our text for this week’s CRA (CRA3) is the Netflix documentary The Great Hack. I’ve published signup posts on Slack for these tasks. I’ll give…Leave a Comment
Our reading for this week’s CRA2 is Chapter 5 in the Routledge book “Writing With a Soldering Iron” by Marcel O’Gorman. I have opened up…Leave a Comment
Please join the #reflection and #application posts I’ve created in Slack and review the Reflection and Application post guidelines (also posted in #importantlinks). Reading for…Leave a Comment
Reflection posts focus on the text(s) you’ve been assigned looking for places of synthesis, fracture, or curiosity. They should be analytical in nature with significant…Leave a Comment
In class this week, we will discuss the following topics: the history or rhetoric as it pertains to the sophists, Plato, and Aristotle the terms…Leave a Comment
Welcome to my WRIT 3150 for this semester. You can access the syllabus here: WRIT 3150: Topics in Digital Rhetoric, syllabus Slack instead of D2L;…Leave a Comment
Annotated Bibliography Compose an annotated bibliography of 15 sources on a topic of your choice related to digital rhetoric and/or critical internet studies. At least…Leave a Comment
This semester we’ll engage in a consistent practice of engagement, analysis, research, and discussion related to our reading. For each text, we’ll divide into brainstormers, researchers/open web, researchers/academic, analysts, and curators.
For 90-student literature sections: you will either complete a CRA in D2L (instead of Slack) OR participate in the in-class discussion. You must complete at least one CRA per novel.
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