Class, Mon, 4/24

Profile of a Digital Writer

  • Fastwrite: Who do you plan to profile? What do you hope to learn from this person?
  • Interviewing Tips: Fenton and Lee
  • An Example: Kate Harris

Writing: Remediating

To Do

  1. Wed, 4/26, class: Read Fenton and Lee, chapter 11, on “The Revision Process” (pp. 147–55.)
  2. Thurs, 4/27, 10:00 am: Post your profile to this site.
  3. Fri, 4/28: No class.
  4. Fri, 4/28, and Mon, 5/01: Conferences with Joe.
  5. Thurs, 5/04, 10:00 am: Post your remediated piece to this site.
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Class, Fri, 4/21

Writing as a Social Action

Fastwrite: Pick two posts from your classmates that you’d like to talk about. One should focus on a successful attempt to use social media to contribute to a public conversation; the other should focus on an attempt that illustrates some of the problems in trying to do so.

Interviewing Tips: Fenton and Lee

To Do

  1. Mon, 4/24, class: Identify the digital writer you want to profile and set up a time to talk with them. I’ll ask you to share who you’ll be profiling and why in class. We’ll also talk about how to compose interview questions with your particular person in mind.
  2. Wed, 4/26, class: Read Fenton and Lee, chapter 11, on “The Revision Process” (pp. 147–55.)
  3. Thurs, 4/27, 10:00 am: Post your profile to this site.