Thursday, March 29, 2012

IP Reflection (Blog Prompt)


Your final blog prompt is to write another reflection--this time regarding the Issues Paper.  You guys know the drill by now; write about the process, what went well, what didn't go well, what you or I or the program could have done better, etc.  Once you've written this post, rejoice!


Monday, March 19, 2012

Blog Prompt: IP Outline


Your prompt for this evening is to post the outline/rhetorical structure you created for your IP in class today.


Friday, March 16, 2012

Open Post


You have an open post this weekend.  Post about anything you'd like by noon tomorrow.  Also, be sure you got my email about schedule changes and so forth.


Wednesday, March 14, 2012

IP Conferences

Wednesday 14 March

3004 JKB:
12:00 - Ky
12:15 - Johnny

2:00 - Alex Z
2:15 - Tiffany
2:30 - Heather
2:45 - McKenna
3:00 - Katelynn

Thursday 15 March

3004 JKB:
2:00 - Chelsea
2:15 - Tanner
2:30 - Rachel
2:45 - Michelle
3:00 - Seth

Same drill as usual--if your name isn't on the list, and none of the open times work for you, email me or comment on this post and we'll figure it out.

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Friday Blog Post

So we won't be holding class on Friday, but I am requiring you to visit the Writing and Research Labs at least once in lieu of class time.  You'll also need to write a blog post, due Friday at midnight, in which you talk about your experience at one of the labs--was it helpful for you?  What did/did not go well?  What are your plans for your draft?  Etc.

Also, remember that the rough draft of the IP is due MONDAY at midnight (changed from Friday at midnight).  We'll also be holding class on Monday as usual, instead of conferences.


Friday, March 2, 2012

Blog Prompt: 5 Background Sources

Your blog prompt for this weekend (post due tomorrow--Saturday--at noon) is to give me four background sources.  Remember that a background source is something that broadens/deepens your understanding of your topic, but not necessarily something you will use to prove your persuasive point (background sources are often too general to use in specific projects).

I need the TITLE and RHETORICAL SITUATION of each of your four background sources posted to your blog.  By noon tomorrow.  Make it work, designers (if you get that joke and know where the reference is from, and you post the correct answer to the comments, you'll get a point of extra credit--w00t).