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WRA 1004-004 CLASS NOTES February 23rd, 2011
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Agenda Assignment Review Tagging Double-Entry Journals  Homework
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REVIEW OF Part 1 of Project 2 On the assignment sheet: How many sources do you need to write  double-entry journals for? How many sources must be interviews? When is this part of the project due? Not on the assignment sheet: The research you are focusing on MUST  be connected to writing, communication,  technology, or skills important to your  major/field.
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Keyword Tags for Double-Entry Journals What are keywords? What is tagging? http://www.flickr.com/ http://www.delicious.com/
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Practice with Key Word Tagging! In your groups, tag each of the 5 photos  with as many tags as you can.  You have 10 minutes.
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Tagging Continued Now, tag your own double-entry journals  with keywords. 
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Unformatted text preview: Friday’s Class • Friday’s class is canceled for data collection and writing Double-Entry Journals. • If you would like, feel free to meet with your groups in 521 Baker, our usual Friday classroom, and give each other feedback about your Double-Entry Journals. Homework Part 1 of Project 2 is DUE on Monday, February 28th. Bring 2 printed copies of your double-entry journals. Staple each set of double-entry journals and include a cover page that includes your name, major research question, and any concerns you have with your double-entry journals. 1 set will be handed in to me; the other set will be used in Monday’s class. Bring your scissors and highlighters to class on Monday, February 28th...
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