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Information Technology & Informatics (04:189:103) Authority, Credentials, & Innovation Unit 4b Scott Hall, Room 123 Sharon Stoerger, Ph.D.
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On Tap for Today: Innovation & User Adoption Lecture 4b ITI 103 2
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Hashtag Activism Digital Story Project Lecture 4b ITI 103 3
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Annotated Bibliography Details 10 Information Sources - A mix of ARTICLES and VIDEOS Major Historical Events: 1. Description of movement 2. Origin of movement 3. Use of Social Media 4. Civil Disobedience 5. Commerce Disruption 6. Public Response 7. Human Impact Movement Reflection: 8. What is the current status of the movement? 9. Did the social network impact the movement positively or negatively as a change agent? 10. What was the most significant event for the movement and why? Lecture 4b ITI 103 4
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The Annotated Bibliography Annotations Citation formatted according to APA (6th edition) style. (Include the URL link to the information source - article or video) Annotation with full bibliographic information containing the following: Category and Event Title Summary of the article (or video) that includes a description of the article or video. Note: the summary must be "paraphrased" in your own words - NO DIRECT QUOTES from the information source! Relevance of information source Accuracy and currency of information source Quality of the information Lecture 4b ITI 103 5
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Stage 1: Hashtag Activism Annotated Bibliography Lecture 4b ITI 103 6
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ASSIGNMENT Hashtag Activism Annotated Bibliography Points = 100 (out of 250) APA format for citations DUE: Sunday, Feb. 12 by 11:59PM Submit document to Sakai Dropbox Link to the Dropbox is in Unit 4 Email submissions will NOT be accepted! Technical Difficulties? Contact the Sakai Help Desk - 848-445-8721 Lecture 4b ITI 103 7
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APA Activity Lecture 4b ITI 103 8
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Citation #1 Title: Where the Arab Spring Revolutions Went Wrong Author: Carol J. Williams Date of publication: October 9, 2015 Source: The Los Angeles Times URL: http://www.latimes.com/world/middleeast/la-fg-arab-spring-recap- hml-20151009-htmlstory.html Williams, Carol J. (October 9, 2015). Where the Arab Spring Went Wrong. The Los Angeles Times. Retrieved from http://www.latimes.com/world/middleeast/la-fg-arab-spring-recap- hml-20151009-htmlstory.html Lecture 4b ITI 103 9
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Citation #2 Title: Before the Arab Spring, the Unseen Thaw Author: Eric Goldstein Date of publication: 2012 Source: Human Rights Watch URL: https://www.hrw.org/world-report/2012/country-chapters/middle-east/ north-africa-global Goldstein, E. (2012). Before the Arab Spring, the unseen thaw . Retrieved from https://www.hrw.org/world-report/2012/country- chapters/middle-east/north-africa-global Lecture 4b ITI 103 10
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Citation #3 Title: Red Cross Declares Civil War in Syria Author: Melisa Goh Date of publication: July 15, 2012 Source: NPR URL: http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2012/07/15/156808427/red- cross-declares-civil-war-in-syria Goh, M. (2012, July 15). The red cross declares civil war in syria.
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