Posted: March 10th, 2017
*Proper spelling, grammar and punctuation must be observed.
*Make clearly understandable what part of the story is your original writing and what part is referenced.
*Cite referenced text by using hyperlinks to the original online articles. Long, complex URLs are not meant for us humans, but rather for computers, so don’t make them visible. Instead, link a section of visible text to your referenced URL, like this.
*Quoted material must appear visually different from your original writing. Change font, size, color, indents, etc.
*Online art or photography blogs, or recipe blogs, must include a 100 – 200 word opinion of the artwork or recipes presented.
*Must not be a personal journal about how you woke up and hung out with your friends before going to class. The goal of this course is to prepare students for writing in a professional environment.
*Technology—photos, artwork, embedded YouTube videos, slideshows, radio stations, etc.—must be incorporated into each of the five post entries where appropriate. It’s supposed to be a VISUAL blog for a visual communications class, remember? Incorporate multiple images per posting for full credit.
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