We will NOT have a synchronous class on Wednesday, May 1, 2019 at 7 pm EST as I’m still in Europe and there is a six-hour time difference.
DEADLINE: On MAY 10, your FINAL PROJECT + YOUR IGNITE VIDEO IS DUE. Both works should be posted to your website. As you complete your work, please review the criteria for evaluation:
Criteria for Evaluation
1. My work substantially relates to the topics, ideas and issues explored in this course and I am able to make connections to course readings, discussions and activities to show direct relevance. The content and format are appropriate for graduate-level work.
3. The work has strong content and is coherent, creative and complete. It uses conventions of the genre/form appropriately and is professional and polished. I have tweeted a link to the final paper /project using the #EDC534 hashtag.
Welcome to EDC 534, Digital Authorship. This fully-online class will be sure to advance your knowledge and skills as a leader in digital literacy.
First Meeting. Our first meeting was held on Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at 7 p.m EST. Click here to join the meeting. With this overview of the course structure and design, you’ll have a clear picture of what to expect in just one hour. If did not attend the live session, watch a video recording of the meeting below.
Course Website. We do not use Sakai. Instead, we use a combination of digital platforms including WordPress, Facebook, Pathwright and Twitter as well as other digital tools. Our outward-facing course website is: https://digitalauthorship.org. Here you will find details of the course readings and assignments.
Pathwright for Class Activities. As a busy learner, stay on top of your assignments by using Pathwright, which helps you prepare for each class. Click here to join our Pathwright. You will be able to see exactly what needs to be done for each class session.
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