Week 14 (November 28 & 30)

A note about the course readings: I've shared via email a link to the Google Drive readings folder where readings that aren't readily available online (and linked in this overview) can be found. Unless otherwise noted, all assigned reading for the week should be complete by class time Tuesday. If you can't find the readings, email me at least 24 hours in advance of class, and I can re-send you the link to the readings folder on Drive. Please, do not show up to class not having read, to tell me you couldn't find the readings.

Write on location assignment (up to +50 participation points): http://fall2017.rswsandbox.net/digwritepub/uncategorized/write-on-location-assignment-50-points/ 

Due:

  1. Website Design/Build Project, Complete Draft due Friday, December 1, by 11:59 pm (note this is a change from the original project as we discussed in class)
  2. Website Design/Build Project, Individual Reflection due Monday, December 11 by 5 pm (note the reflection prompt is included in the project description, and the reflection will be used in determining your individual points (50% of the total points) on this project)
  3. Group 2, Blog Post 10: Copyright and Fair Use due Friday, December 8, by 11:59 pm (note extended deadline)

Extra points suggestions:

  1. Syllabus quiz (Ctrl/Right click to open link in a new window or tab) and review of web resources (+50)
  2. Meet with Dr. Wharton to discuss your progress since midterm and questions about the final project (+20)

Week 13 (November 14 & 16)

A note about the course readings: I've shared via email a link to the Google Drive readings folder where readings that aren't readily available online (and linked in this overview) can be found. Unless otherwise noted, all assigned reading for the week should be complete by class time Tuesday. If you can't find the readings, email me at least 24 hours in advance of class, and I can re-send you the link to the readings folder on Drive. Please, do not show up to class not having read, to tell me you couldn't find the readings.

Write on location assignment (up to +50 participation points): http://fall2017.rswsandbox.net/digwritepub/uncategorized/write-on-location-assignment-50-points/ 

Due:

  1. Website Design/Build Project, First Complete Draft due Monday, November 27, by 11:59 pm (note extended deadline)
  2. Class prep (up to 30 points): By Friday, submit a draft personal reflection and work log regarding your contributions to the Website/Design Build Project thus far (reflection prompt is included in the complete project description on my website)
  3. Group 1, Blog Post 9: Integrating Social Media due Friday, November 24, by 11:59 pm (note extended deadline)

Extra points suggestions:

  1. Syllabus quiz (Ctrl/Right click to open link in a new window or tab) and review of web resources (+50)
  2. Meet with Dr. Wharton to discuss your progress since midterm and questions about the final project (+20)

 

What are we doing in class?

*Work on Website Design/Build Project in class

Looking ahead:

Website Design/Build Project: revision due December 11 by 11:59 pm

Week 12 (November 7 & 9)

A note about the course readings: I've shared via email a link to the Google Drive readings folder where readings that aren't readily available online (and linked in this overview) can be found. Unless otherwise noted, all assigned reading for the week should be complete by class time Tuesday. If you can't find the readings, email me at least 24 hours in advance of class, and I can re-send you the link to the readings folder on Drive. Please, do not show up to class not having read, to tell me you couldn't find the readings.

Due:

  1. Class prep, 20 points: By Thursday class time, submit a link to a post on your blog that outlines the Website Design/Build Project drafts, deliverables, and due dates for which you will be personally responsible
  2. Re-read:
  1. "Designs of Meaning: Tools for Digital Storytellers," by Aimée Knight and Austin Starin
  2. "How to Create a Web Design Style Guide," by Tomas Laurinavicius
  1. Group 2, Blog Post 8: Web 1.0, 2.0, 3.0 due Friday, November 10 by 11:59 pm

Extra points suggestions:

  1. Syllabus quiz (Ctrl/Right click to open link in a new window or tab) and review of web resources (+50)
  2. Meet with Dr. Wharton to discuss your progress since midterm and questions about the final project (+20)

 

What are we doing in class?

*Work on Website Design/Build Project in class

Looking ahead:

Website Design/Build Project: first complete draft due November 17 by 11:59 pm

Week 11 (October 31 & November 2)

A note about the course readings: I've shared via email a link to the Google Drive readings folder where readings that aren't readily available online (and linked in this overview) can be found. Unless otherwise noted, all assigned reading for the week should be complete by class time Tuesday. If you can't find the readings, email me at least 24 hours in advance of class, and I can re-send you the link to the readings folder on Drive. Please, do not show up to class not having read, to tell me you couldn't find the readings.

Due:

  1. Design Competition Project pitch presentations due in class on Tuesday and Thursday
  1. Not sure when your group is presenting? Check your email or check with me.
  2. Everyone in the group should be in class, even if you're not responsible for presenting on the day of.
  1. Final Design Competition Project deliverables (design fiction, style guide, and exhibit template or sitemap) due Friday, November 3 by 11:59 pm
  2. Design Competition Project individual reflective essay due Friday, November 3 by 11:59 pm (prompt is here, under the "Reflection" tab)
  3. Re-read:
  1. "Designs of Meaning: Tools for Digital Storytellers," by Aimée Knight and Austin Starin
  2. "How to Create a Web Design Style Guide," by Tomas Laurinavicius
  1. Group 1, Blog Post 7: Attributing Sources and Ethical Reuse due Friday, November 3 by 11:59 pm

Extra points suggestions:

  1. Syllabus quiz (Ctrl/Right click to open link in a new window or tab) and review of web resources (+50)
  2. Meet with Dr. Wharton to discuss your progress since midterm and questions about the reflective essay or final project (+20)

 

What are we doing in class?

*Design Competition Project pitch presentations

Looking ahead:

Begin Website Design/Build Project next week, first complete draft due November 17 by 11:59 pm

Week 10 (October 24 & 26)

A note about the course readings: I've shared via email a link to the Google Drive readings folder where readings that aren't readily available online (and linked in this overview) can be found. Unless otherwise noted, all assigned reading for the week should be complete by class time Tuesday. If you can't find the readings, email me at least 24 hours in advance of class, and I can re-send you the link to the readings folder on Drive. Please, do not show up to class not having read, to tell me you couldn't find the readings.

Due:

  1. Draft exhibit templates due Thursday, October 26, by class time
  1. Submit a link to your team's draft exhibit template under the design competition project on Gradian.
  2. Write up a reflection about the process your team used to come up with and create your draft template. How did the decision-making process work? Who did what? Submit the link to your post under participation > class prep on Gradian.
  1. Re-read:
  1. "Designs of Meaning: Tools for Digital Storytellers," by Aimée Knight and Austin Starin
  2. "How to Create a Web Design Style Guide," by Tomas Laurinavicius
  1. Group 2, Blog Post 6: Chunking Text/Grouping Elements due Friday, October 27 by 11:59 pm

Extra points suggestions:

  1. Syllabus quiz (Ctrl/Right click to open link in a new window or tab) and review of web resources (+50)
  2. Work with your team to come up with a regular meeting or check-in schedule, post the schedule to your blog (+20)
  3. Work with your team to create a Slack channel, a Facebook group, or a collaborative Google doc where you can collaborate, share ideas, and brainstorm; add me to the channel/group/doc or submit a link via Gradian (+20)

 

What are we doing in class?

*Design competition project collaborative work

*Work on exhibit templates, revising design fiction and style guide

Looking ahead:

Design Competition project, design pitch presentations Tuesday, October 31 and Thursday, November 2, next week

Week 9 (October 17 & 19)

A note about the course readings: I've shared via email a link to the Google Drive readings folder where readings that aren't readily available online (and linked in this overview) can be found. Unless otherwise noted, all assigned reading for the week should be complete by class time Tuesday. If you can't find the readings, email me at least 24 hours in advance of class, and I can re-send you the link to the readings folder on Drive. Please, do not show up to class not having read, to tell me you couldn't find the readings.

*****NO CLASS MEETING THIS WEEK. MEET IN YOUR GROUPS FOR THE DESIGN COMPETITION PROJECT DURING CLASS TIME ON TUESDAY AND THURSDAY. CREATE AND SUBMIT A WORK LOG POST OR DOCUMENT THAT DISCUSSES WHAT YOUR TEAM ACCOMPLISHED, WHAT YOU CONTRIBUTED DURING THE MEETING, AND WHAT ADDITIONAL WORK YOU COMPLETED.*****

Due:

  1. Revised Design Fiction and Draft Style Guide due Friday, October 20, by 11:59 pm
  1. Submit a link to your team's draft design fiction under the design competition project on Gradian.
  2. Write up a reflection about the process your team used to come up with and create your draft design fiction. How did the decision-making process work? Who did what? Submit the link to your post under participation > class prep on Gradian.
  1. Read:
  1. "Designs of Meaning: Tools for Digital Storytellers," by Aimée Knight and Austin Starin
  2. "How to Create a Web Design Style Guide," by Tomas Laurinavicius
  1. No class meeting this week. You should meet in groups during class time on Tuesday and Thursday.
  1. Each team member will submit a detailed work log and meeting notes.
  2. Failure to submit a work log and notes will result in a 100 points deduction (equivalent to missing two days of class)
  1. Group 1, Blog Post 5: Navigation and Menus due Friday, October 20 by 11:59 pm

Extra points suggestions:

  1. Syllabus quiz (Ctrl/Right click to open link in a new window or tab) and review of web resources (+50)
  2. Work with your team to come up with a regular meeting or check-in schedule, post the schedule to your blog (+20)
  3. Work with your team to create a Slack channel, a Facebook group, or a collaborative Google doc where you can collaborate, share ideas, and brainstorm; add me to the channel/group/doc or submit a link via Gradian (+20)

 

What are we doing in class?

*Design competition project collaborative work

*Work on revised design fiction and style guide

Looking ahead:

Design Competition project, draft exhibit or website templates due October 26th by class time

Week 8 (October 10 & 12)

A note about the course readings: I've shared via email a link to the Google Drive readings folder where readings that aren't readily available online (and linked in this overview) can be found. Unless otherwise noted, all assigned reading for the week should be complete by class time Tuesday. If you can't find the readings, email me at least 24 hours in advance of class, and I can re-send you the link to the readings folder on Drive. Please, do not show up to class not having read, to tell me you couldn't find the readings.

*****MIDTERM CONFERENCES WILL TAKE PLACE FROM 10/3-10/13. YOU WILL RECEIVE 75 PARTICIPATION POINTS FOR ATTENDING A MIDTERM CONFERENCE.*****

Due:

  1. Re-read:
  1. Design Competition project description
  2. "The Phoenix Project," by Robin Wharton
  3. Atlanta Artifacts project site
  4. "What is the Future of the Museum?" by Sam Thorne
  5. "Design Fiction: A Short Essay on Design, Science, Fact and Fiction," by Julian Bleecker
  1. Class prep (30 points) to be completed by Friday 8/13:
  1. Sign-up for a midterm conference if you haven't already done so: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040d4da4a92ba31-midterm1
  2. Post one question about the Design Competition Project to your blog. Use category "SOS."
  3. Submit a link to your team's draft design fiction under the design competition project on Gradian.
  4. Write up a reflection about the process your team used to come up with and create your draft design fiction. How did the decision-making process work? Who did what? Submit the link to your post under participation > class prep on Gradian.
  1. NO BLOG PROJECT POST DUE THIS WEEK -- we're taking two weeks off to get the design competition project underway

Extra points suggestions:

  1. Syllabus quiz (Ctrl/Right click to open link in a new window or tab) and review of web resources (+50)
  2. Work with your team to come up with a regular meeting or check-in schedule, post the schedule to your blog (+20)
  3. Work with your team to create a Slack channel, a Facebook group, or a collaborative Google doc where you can collaborate, share ideas, and brainstorm; add me to the channel/group/doc or submit a link via Gradian (+20)

 

What are we doing in class?

*Design competition project collaborative work

*Design fiction discussion and drafting

Looking ahead:

Read for Week 9

Design Competition project, revised design fiction and draft style guide due October 20th at 11:59 pm

Week 7 (October 3 & 5)

A note about the course readings: I've shared via email a link to the Google Drive readings folder where readings that aren't readily available online (and linked in this overview) can be found. Unless otherwise noted, all assigned reading for the week should be complete by class time Tuesday. If you can't find the readings, email me at least 24 hours in advance of class, and I can re-send you the link to the readings folder on Drive. Please, do not show up to class not having read, to tell me you couldn't find the readings.

*****MIDTERM CONFERENCES WILL TAKE PLACE FROM 10/3-10/13. YOU WILL RECEIVE 75 PARTICIPATION POINTS FOR ATTENDING A MIDTERM CONFERENCE.*****

Due:

  1. Reading:
  1. Design Competition project description
  2. "The Phoenix Project," by Robin Wharton
  3. Atlanta Artifacts project site
  4. "What is the Future of the Museum?" by Sam Thorne
  5. "Design Fiction: A Short Essay on Design, Science, Fact and Fiction," by Julian Bleecker
  1. Class prep, 30 points (to be completed by Friday 8/6, discussion of roles and role selection process will take place in class Tuesday):
  1. Sign-up for a midterm conference: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040d4da4a92ba31-midterm1
  2. Review the "Overview of Design Project Roles and Guidelines for Submitting a Statement of Interest" on our course website
  3. Decide which project role is your  first choice, and which role would be an acceptable second choice
  4. Compose and post to your blog a statement of interest in which you identify your first and second choices and explain why you would do a good job fulfilling either role
  5. Submit the link to your post on Gradian
  1. NO BLOG PROJECT POST DUE THIS WEEK -- we're taking two weeks off to get the design competition project underway

Extra points suggestions:

  1. Syllabus quiz (Ctrl/Right click to open link in a new window or tab) and review of web resources (+50)
  2. Work with your team to come up with a regular meeting or check-in schedule, post the schedule to your blog (+20)
  3. Work with your team to create a Slack channel, a Facebook group, or a collaborative Google doc where you can collaborate, share ideas, and brainstorm; add me to the channel/group/doc or submit a link via Gradian (+20)

 

What are we doing in class?

*Discuss any questions about final draft submission for personal/professional website project

*Discuss roles for design competition project and statements of interest for role selection process

*Create teams for design competition project

*Discuss design competition project

Looking ahead:

Re-read for Week 8

Design Competition project, draft design fiction due October 13 at 11:59 pm

Week 6 (September 26 & 28)

A note about the course readings: I've shared via email a link to the Google Drive readings folder where readings that aren't readily available online (and linked in this overview) can be found. Unless otherwise noted, all assigned reading for the week should be complete by class time Tuesday. If you can't find the readings, email me at least 24 hours in advance of class, and I can re-send you the link to the readings folder on Drive. Please, do not show up to class not having read, to tell me you couldn't find the readings.

Due:

  1. Reading:
  1. Joshua Reeves, "Digital Rhetoric, Flow, and the Possible" (available in the course readings folder on Google Drive)
  1. Class prep, 20 points:
  1. Review the prompt and the rubric for the Personal/Professional Website Design Rationale and Reflection: http://fall2017.rswsandbox.net/digwritepub/about/#PPSiteAnchor|3 (under the "Reflection" tab) 
  2. Create a post on your blog in which you ask any of the questions you have about the reflection prompt, and summarize any issues or questions you still need to resolve in order to revise and finalize your website design. Submit a link to the post on Gradian, under Participation > Class Prep
  1. Group 2, Blog Post 4: Design Fiction, September 29 by 11:59 pm

Extra points suggestions:

  1. Syllabus quiz (Ctrl/Right click to open link in a new window or tab) and review of web resources (+50)
  2. Turn in an early draft of Blog Post 4, conference/revise/reflect (with Dr. Wharton or Bracolla) before 9/29 (+50)
  3. Find your peer's blog posts for Blog Posts 2 and 3 and comment (+15)
  4. Turn in a revised draft of your personal/professional site, conference/revise/reflect (with Dr. Wharton or Bracolla) before 10/5 (+50)

 

What are we doing in class?

*Hypertext and navigation on the web

*Author/audience engagement in online spaces

*Designing and defining user experience

Looking ahead:

Read for Week 7

Group 1, Blog Post 5 due October 5 at 11:59 pm

Personal/professional website final draft and reflection due October 5 and 6, respectively, by 11:59 pm

Week 5 (September 19 & 21)

A note about the course readings: I've shared via email a link to the Google Drive readings folder where readings that aren't readily available online (and linked in this overview) can be found. Unless otherwise noted, all assigned reading for the week should be complete by class time Tuesday. If you can't find the readings, email me at least 24 hours in advance of class, and I can re-send you the link to the readings folder on Drive. Please, do not show up to class not having read, to telling me you couldn't find the readings.

Due:

  1. Reading:
  1. Howard Rheingold, "Crap Detection Mini Course"
  2. Re-read Adi Robertson, "Why the alt-right can't build and alt-internet" (The author of this piece is critical of the alt-right, but the article does contain images of and quotes from far-right nationalist propaganda that may be disturbing.)
  1. Class prep, 30 points:
  1. Submit a link on Gradian to the working draft of your personal/professional website by class time on Tuesday.
  2. Personal/professional website reflection notes post:
  1. Create a blog post in which you make a list of all of the design decisions you have made thus far regarding your personal/professional website (these can include theme, color, images, tone, content, navigation, layout, self-presentation, purpose, audience, etc., etc.)
  2. For each item on the list, write one or two sentences to describe the decision you made, and two or three sentences to provide the rationale/reasoning behind your decision. You can make your post password protected if you'd like. Submit the link to your blog post on Gradian (along with the password if I'll need it to see your post).
  1. Complete draft of personal/professional website due by 11:59 pm this Friday, September 22.
  2. Group 1, Blog Post 3: Using Color (http://fall2017.rswsandbox.net/digwritepub/blog-project-prompts/blog-post-3-using-color/), September 22 by 11:59 pm

Extra points suggestions:

  1. Syllabus quiz (Ctrl/Right click to open link in a new window or tab) and review of web resources (+50)
  2. Turn in an early draft of Blog Post 3, conference and revise (with Dr. Wharton or Bracolla) before 9/22 (+50)
  3. Find your peer's blog posts for Blog Posts 2 and 3 and comment (+15)
  4. Turn in an early draft of your personal/professional site, conference and revise (with Dr. Wharton or Bracolla) before 9/22 (+50)

 

What are we doing in class?

*Creating and evaluating credibility on the web

*Workshop of personal/professional websites

Looking ahead:

Read for Week 6

Group 4, Blog Post 4 due Sept. 29 at 11:59 pm

Personal/professional website final draft and reflection due October 5 and 6, respectively, by 11:59 pm

Week 4 (September 12 & 14)

A note about the course readings: I've shared via email a link to the Google Drive readings folder where readings that aren't readily available online (and linked in this overview) can be found. Unless otherwise noted, all assigned reading for the week should be complete by class time Tuesday. If you can't find the readings, email me at least 24 hours in advance of class, and I can re-send you the link to the readings folder on Drive. Please, do not show up to class not having read, to telling me you couldn't find the readings.

Due:

  1. Reading:
  1. Liz Lane, "Feminist Rhetoric in the Digital Sphere"
  2. Adi Robertson, "Why the alt-right can't build and alt-internet" (The author of this piece is critical of the alt-right, but the article does contain images of and quotes from far-right nationalist propaganda that may be disturbing.)
  1. Class prep, 20 points:
  1. Carefully consider whether your site will display your full name or an image of yourself
  2. Write up a quick blog post about the decision you made with regard to both your name and image and your reasoning behind those decisions. You can make your post password protected if you'd like. Submit the link to your blog post on Gradian (along with the password if I'll need it to see your post).
  1. Lynda.com “WordPress Essential Training” Tutorial (individual), September 15 by 11:59 pm
  2. Group 2, Blog Post 2: Another Multimodal Rhetorical Analysis (http://fall2017.rswsandbox.net/digwritepub/blog-project-prompts/blog-post-2-another-multimodal-rhetorical-analysis/), September 15 by 11:59 pm

Extra points suggestions:

  1. Syllabus quiz (Ctrl/Right click to open link in a new window or tab) and review of web resources (+50)
  2. Turn in an early draft of Blog Post 2, conference and revise (with Dr. Wharton or Bracolla) before 9/15 (+50)
  3. Find your peer's blog posts for Blog Post 2 and comment (+15)
  4. Turn in an early draft of your personal/professional site, conference and revise (with Dr. Wharton or Bracolla) before 9/22 (+50)

 

What are we doing in class?

*Discussion of ethics and representation

*Clarifying ethos for personal/professional website

Looking ahead:

Read for Week 5

Group 3, Blog Post 3 due Sept. 22 at 11:59 pm

Personal/professional website working draft due by class time Tuesday, September 19 (Complete draft due by September 22 at 11:59 pm)

Week 3 (September 5 & 7)

A note about the course readings: I've shared via email a link to the Google Drive readings folder where readings that aren't readily available online (and linked in this overview) can be found. Unless otherwise noted, all assigned reading for the week should be complete by class time Tuesday. If you can't find the readings, email me at least 24 hours in advance of class, and I can re-send you the link to the readings folder on Drive. Please, do not show up to class not having read, to telling me you couldn't find the readings.

Due:

  1. Reading:
  1. Arola, Sheppard, and Ball, “Analyzing Multimodal Projects” in Writer/Designer
  2. Pullman and Gu, "Rationalizing and Rhetoricizing Content Management"
  1. Class prep, 30 points:
  1. Begin the WordPress Essential Training Tutorial on Lynda.com (You should complete the entire tutorial by September 15 at 11:59 pm.). Work through the modules up to "Customizing Your Theme"
  2. Select, install, and customize a new theme for your site. You can always change the theme later.
  3. Write up a quick blog post about the theme you chose and why, and how you customized it. Submit the link to your blog post on Gradian.
  1. Due: Group 1, Blog Post 1: Website Rhetorical Analysis (http://fall2017.rswsandbox.net/digwritepub/uncategorized/blog-post-1-multimodal-rhetorical-analysis/), September 8 by 11:59 pm

Extra points suggestions:

  1. Syllabus quiz (Ctrl/Right click to open link in a new window or tab) and review of web resources (+50)
  2. Turn in an early draft of Blog Post 1, conference and revise (with Dr. Wharton or Bracolla) before 9/8 (+50)
  3. Find your peer's blog posts for Blog Post 1 and comment (+15)

 

What are we doing in class?

*Discussion of multimodal rhetorical analysis

*Identifying the rhetorical situation for personal/professional website

*Discussion of rhetoric and content management

Looking ahead:

Read for Week 4

Group 2, Blog Post 2 due Sept. 15 at 11:59 pm

Lynda.com “WordPress Essential Training” Tutorial due 11:59 pm on Sept. 15

Week 2 (August 29 & 31)

A note about the course readings: I've shared via email a link to the Google Drive readings folder where readings that aren't readily available online (and linked in this overview) can be found. Unless otherwise noted, all assigned reading for the week should be complete by class time Tuesday. If you can't find the readings, email me at least 24 hours in advance of class, and I can re-send you the link to the readings folder on Drive. Please, do not show up to class not having read, to telling me you couldn't find the readings.

Due:

  1. Reading:
  1. Description of Personal/Professional Website project on course website
  2. Description of Tutorials project on course website
  3. Williams, "Disability, Universal Design, and the Digital Humanities,"
  4. Godden and Hsy, "Universal Design and Its Discontents"
  5. Arola, Sheppard, and Ball, “What Are Multimodal Projects?” in Writer/Designer.
  1. Class prep, 30 points:
  1. Do some exploring online to find two or three sites that you'd like to use as models for your own personal or professional website.
  2. Write up a blog post that discusses why these websites are appropriate and appealing for your own purposes and what strategies or techniques you plan to adapt from them.
  3. Submit the link to your post on Gradian by class time on Thursday.
  1. Due: Code Academy “Make A Website” Tutorial (individual), September 1, 11:59 pm

Extra points suggestions:

  1. Syllabus quiz (Ctrl/Right click to open link in a new window or tab) and review of web resources (+50)
  2. Complete an “About Me” page on your website (+20)
  3. Turn in an early draft of Blog Post 1, conference and revise before 9/8 (+50)

 

What are we doing in class?

*Discussion of accessibility and universal design

*Identifying the rhetorical situation for personal/professional website

*Tutorial projects

Looking ahead:

Read for Week 3

Group 1, Blog Post 1 due Sept. 8 at 11:59 pm

Week 1 (August 22 & 24)

A note about the course readings: I've shared via email a link to the Google Drive readings folder where these can be found. Unless otherwise noted, all assigned reading for the week should be complete by class time Tuesday. If you can't find the readings, email me at least 24 hours in advance of class, and I can re-send you the link to the readings folder on Drive. Please, do not show up to class not having read, to telling me you couldn't find the readings.

Due:

  1. Class prep, 20 points: Configure personal domain and WordPress site
  2. Read course syllabus
  3. Read for Thursday Arola, Sheppard, and Ball, “What Are Multimodal Projects?” in Writer/Designer. Readings are in the shared folder on Google Drive.
  4. Review create.gsu.edu support documentation (http://support.gsucreate.org/):
  1. "Signing up"
  2. "WordPress"
  3. http://bit.ly/gsucreatesetup

Extra points suggestions:

  1. Syllabus quiz (Ctrl/Right click to open link in a new window or tab) and review of web resources (+50)
  2. Complete an “About Me” page on your website (+20)

 

What are we doing in class?

*The Thing From the Future

*Getting Started With create.gsu.edu

*Setup of website

Looking ahead:

Read for Week 2

Code Academy “Make A Website” Tutorial (individual) due September 1, 11:59 pm