Electronic Sources :: OWL @ Purdue

Here is a link to the OWL @ Purdue website, discussing how to cite electronic sources (which includes some of the media you are using): Citing Electronic Works.


Updated Participation Rubric & Participation Memo

I have made some small changes to the rubric in your unit description; specifically, the Participation rubric, so please review the changes and come to class with any questions. the changes are focused around providing more details on what I am looking for in your participation memo.


Below is the description for the Participation Memo, which includes a template to follow. Please review it, and come to class with any questions.

HMP Participation Memo Description

Change Glogster Poster Size

The document below will show you how to change the size of your embedded poster:

Glogster – Change poster size v2

Blog Reflection, Wk 04/12-04/16

Here are some prompts for you to consider reflecting upon this last week:

Reflect on your learning for this week, as well as your group work experiences. What your first impressions on using your visualization platform? Were you intimidated? Were you surprised in any way? Also, discuss what you are learning about “fair use”. Do you have any concerns?

Please also discuss your contributions to the process, as well as any success stories or what you could have done to make the work experiences even better.

Hellish Design, Fair Use, Critique, Oh my!

Hellish Design


F-shaped Pattern for Reading Online: What can you learn from this information?
Fancy Formatting, Fancy Words = Looks like an Ad

Fair Use

Center for Social Media: Recut, Reframe, Recycle

Critique Your Profile’s Sources

Cornell University: Critically Analyzing Information

New Visual Design Link

Be sure to check out English Department at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign’s page on the Basic Principles of Visual Design.

There are a few simple strategies that you may want to consider using within your profile.

Copyright Fair Use Practices