Women’s March Class Project
To complete our group project on the women’s march we will build an archive or our work.
1. Design and build an index page (define your role)
- Introduction to the project [writer]
Design index of posts with individual links [Designer]
Annotation of links/posts [writer]
2. Revise your post
- Standardize your post content for unified content (not design but content, so that information is in an expected format)
- Post your new link (could be same link, or just make another post) to
Ublend link to post Week Seven Revision of Womens March project
Discussion of networks
2. Post your responses to the Week Six project: research a network; engage a network; reference themes or connections to reading
Ublend link to Post Week Six NETWORK response
“Building a Global Community” by Mark Zuckerberg
“What Facebook Owes To Journalism” by Steven Waldman
USE THIS FOR REVISION STANDARD:
And the Oscar for Best Women’s March post goes to: Nastacia’s post “When Checking Your Privilege Isn’t Enough.” Here’s why:
- The post title, subtitle (“Black Womens’ Criticism of the Women’s March on Washington, D.C.”) are clear and specific.
- She uses clear, objective language even though she is talking about an opinionated issue. That’s hard to do, but she does it well because she’s done a lot of research.
- She points to great sources. (minor critique: avoid using long stretches of words as a link)
- She uses clear ethical image citation standards.
- The clean design lines of Nastacia’s blog are great for reading.