week 6

From Mass Communication To Customized Information

Agenda

  • Guest Speaker: Kevin O’Keefe, LexBlog (@kevinokeefe)
  • Group 2 Leads Discussion
  • Presentations Discussion
  • Project Discussion (due date moved to Monday at noon)

Guest Speaker

Discussion Leaders – Group 2

Presentation Discussion

  • Discussion Groups 1&2 : gather and discuss challenges of following PresentationZen style and process
  • Discussion Groups 3,4,5 : gather and discuss reaction to two weeks of presentations – what do you like, not like, why
  • In pairs – head over to Slideshare and check out at least three presentations: a recommended one plus two you search for. What do you like, not like and why

Projects

NOTES on annotated bibliographies

  • All scholarly sources need to be linked to their abstract pages inside the UW Lib firewall
  • If there is a DOI, it’s the last thing on the citation; turn it into the hyperlink
  • If there is no DOI, you must also publish the URL of the scholarly article
  • Any URL that is pasted into your online citation should be clickable, turned into a link
  • Generally, do not link to a PDF. Exceptions – non-database resources, no HTML page specific to the article

Examples:

Aldred, J. (2006, November). All Aboard The Polar Express: A ‘Playful’ Change of Address in the Computer-Generated Blockbuster. Animation, 1(2) 153-172. Retrieved from Sage Journals Online, DOI 10.1177/1746847706065840

Brooker-Gross, S.R. (1981). Timeliness: Interpretations from a sample of 19th Century Newspapers. Journalism Quarterly, 58(4), 594-598. Retrieved from EBSCO Host, http://offcampus.lib.washington.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com.offcampus.lib.washington.edu/login.aspx?direct=true&db=ufh&AN=14856996&site=ehost-live

Courant, P. (2006, August 7). Scholarship and Academic Libraries (and their kin) in the World of Google. First Monday, 11(8). Retrieved from http://firstmonday.org/htbin/cgiwrap/bin/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/1382/1300

The Economist. (2004, August 26). Obituary: Julia Child. Retrieved from http://www.economist.com/printedition/displayStory.cfm?Story_ID=3127191

Fischer, C.S. (2001). Telephone. The Oxford Companion to United States History P.S. Boyer, ed. London: Oxford University Press. Retrieved from Oxford Reference Online, http://www.oxfordreference.com.offcampus.lib.washington.edu/views/ENTRY.html?subview=Main&entry=t119.e1514

Hallett, L. & Hintz, A. (May 2010). Digital Broadcasting: Challenges and Opportunities for European Community Radio Broadcasters. Telematics & Informatics, 27(2), 151-162. Retrieved from Science Direct, doi:10.1016/j.tele.2009.06.005

Welsh,R. (2001, June). The Alliance at 25. CMR – Community Media Review, 24(2) 11-56. Retrieved from http://www.alliancecm.org/cmrarchive/CMR-v24n2-Sum_2001.pdf

Project Buddies (try to read one another’s work)
(1)  Anna, Erika, Marc, Shelby
(2)  Antika, Xurxo [Need to move someone to this group!]
(3) Danielle, Helen, Inge, Sam
(4) Dean, Katia, Lynne,  Melissa
(5) Elizabeth, Janna, Lisa, Scott
(6) John, Nicole M, Rose, Stephen

  • What do you need help with? Where are you stuck?
  • How are you going to bridge the past paper with the present/future one?
  • What have you learned about your research question as you have started to write?
  • Questions for me?
  • DEMO Catalyst
  • Resources

Technology + Popular Culture

(1) Pennsylvania 6-5000 (1939)

(2) Rikki Don’t Lose That Number (1973)

(3) 867-5309 (1982)

Current examples???

Resources

Assignments

Exemplary Posts

Suggestion 1: practice write descriptive headlines (not something like week 6 reading). Article title is fine if you aren’t feeling creative.

Suggestion 2: get friendly with the “more” button

Use the "MORE" button to make your home page more appealing!

Exemplary Book Reviews
Read to see how other students integrate course material into their writing as well as for examples of writing that flows well.

Presentations

Elizabeth

Inge

Katia

Xuxro

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