Discussion Blog Post #5 – Due
- Review the Blog Assignment details (see attached file). This includes more information and the rubric.
- Module #5 Discussion Assignment Instructions:
- Carefully review course resources for Module 6
- “Start a New Thread” on your course blog and title it Module 5
- Identify and explore a minimum of 2 themes
- Reflect on these themes in relation to your personal life experience and/or current events
- Be sure to reference a minimum of two course resources to support your reflection
- Students are encouraged to include additional resources if relevant
- Don’t forget to cite all resources you use in your blog post in APA style
- You are expected to provide a thoughtful primary response that demonstrates you have read/watched the resources for the module.
- You can respond in any of the following ways:
- Written response: 250-500 words
- Video response: 1.5 – 2.5 minutes
- Audio response: 1.5 2.5 minutes
- Additionally, you will be expected to provide at least two (2) additional comments/questions in response to another person’s post or in response to a follow-up comment within 2 days of the due date.
- The conversation will be much easier if you participate early (and often).
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- Through Conversations (2019). Everybody Lies: Seth Stephens-Davidowitz. [Podcast]. Retrieved from https://throughconversations.com/episodes/3-everybody-lies-seth-stephens-davidowitz
- Srinivasan, R. (2019). How Aldous Huxley prophesied the Big Data nightmare, excerpted from “Beyond the Valley: How Innovators around the World are Overcoming Inequality and Creating the Technologies of Tomorrow.” Retreived from https://www.salon.com/2019/10/27/how-aldous-huxley-prophesied-the-big-data-nightmare/
- CBC Ideas. (2017, July 18). The truth about “post-truth”. [Podcast]. Retrieved from http://www.cbc.ca/radio/ideas/the-truth-about-post-truth-1.3939958 [54:00]
- Keim, B. (2014, May 1). Why the smart reading device of the future may be . . . paper. Wired. Retrieved from https://www.wired.com/2014/05/reading-on-screen-versus-paper/
- Cull, B. W. (2011). Reading revolutions: Online digital text and implications for reading in academe. First Monday, 16(6). Retrieved from http://firstmonday.org/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/3340/2985
- Konnikova, M. (2014). Being a better online reader. The New Yorker. Retrieved from http://www.newyorker.com/science/maria-konnikova/being-a-better-online-reader
- McCandless, D. (2010, Jul). The beauty of data visualization . Retrieved from https://www.ted.com/talks/david_mccandless_the_beauty_of_data_visualization
- Hoffer Declara, D. (2014, Jan). What does big data look like? Visualization is key for humans. Wired. Retrieved from https://www.wired.com/insights/2014/01/big-data-look-like-visualization-key-humans/