simply making changes and improving what I already have written. Though this is an effective way to refine a paper, I feel that it limits what I could be writing to the first ideas I come up with.With this I feel that next time I should write two separate first drafts, then combine the best ideas of each into a well written paper.
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Digital Rhetoric Evaluation EssayAccording to Barbara R. Jones-Kavalier and Suzanne L. Flannigan, authors of Connecting the Digital Dots: Literacy of the 21stCentury, digital literacy is “a person’s ability to perform tasks in a digital environment . . . Literacy includes the ability to read and interpret media, to reproduce data and images through digital manipulation, and to evaluate and apply new knowledge gainedfrom digital environments.”For this assignment, you will be focusing on the last part of the definition: evaluation and application. You will be examining the digital rhetoric of website or app and applying your digitalrhetoric skills by publishing your evaluation in a digital environment. The result will be a publicly-accessible guidebook of digital resources that college students can use as a reference.Overview of AssignmentThere are so many websites and digital apps out there, but what are the best ones for college students? What if there was a website college students could go to and get recommendations about websites and apps from other students? That is exactly what we are making with this assignment!Your job for this essay is to choose one website/app and evaluate it for your audience of fellow college students. You will then upload your essay to a Blogger site so that others can benefit from your recommendations. Sites of AnalysisYou will select a website or app that might be useful to fellow college students. The range is wide, from ASU-specific sites to local vendors. Choose something that interests you! Examples of websites or apps include the following:ASU Help DeskA music siteValley MetroA dating appUrban SpoonA religious organizationA campus clubThere are a few restrictions, however:The site must be publicly accessible
You cannot write on the same site someone else has chosenThe site cannot be FacebookEvaluation: The BasicsAn evaluation is a judgment; you judge something according to a certain criteria, supporting your judgment with reasons and evidence. You will provide a balanced and fair-minded assessment of the site based on criteria you clearly define.