See the Digital Projects Page for a direct link to each others’ projects. Really good work everyone! Better than I could have imagined for a first time. It’s been a pleasure working with you all this semester. Advertisements
I have uploaded grades to the D2L for everything that has been due to this point in AMST3683, including blog posts. Comments on the Story Boards were emailed to you. Many of you will find the comments helpful, so BE SURE TO READ THEM BEFORE CLASS ON THURSDAY. I will give you all one last… Read More Final Things To Do
Sarah just gave me a copy of her “Oral History Basics” Presentation. I figured better late than never. For your reference: Oral History Basics Do bring material to work on with you to class on Thursday. We should have time after the oral presentations.
As we near the end of the semester, it’s time to prepare for the final projects. Here is a list of tools that might help you with the formation and presentation of your final projects. Projects should combine text, image, sound or video and should contain between 1500 and 3000 words (about 5-10 pages). Tools: … Read More How to Plan for the End?
Thursday will be lab day in class. You will have the whole time to work on your projects, so bring anything you need in order to accomplish good work. Things you might need include: Research materials (books and articles) Research notes Photos, infographics, video or audio files to be edited Headphones for sound work; cables… Read More Reminder: Bring materials to work on in class Thursday
Read: “Blogging as a Genre,” Online Journalism Blog, Nov. 13, 2008 Dean Reick, “The Ultimate Blogger Writing Guide,” copyblogger (blog), Nov 2008 Resources: Learn Word Press Tutorials College of William & Mary Word Press Tutorials (easy to use guide) Word Press Codex (instructions and help), Things to Get Done: Accept the “Invitation” Dr. Takacs sent you by email. Go to… Read More Week 1: Learning Word Press
Welcome to American Studies 3683, Culture in the Making. For a description of the goals for the course, see the “About3683” page. For the complete syllabus for the course, click here. For access to the course readings that are not publicly available online, go to D2L. For details about course assignments, see the “Assignments” page… Read More Welcome to AMST3683!