week 8 – Monday (8 Aug 2011)

Agenda:

  • Housekeeping
  • Framing and Discussion
  • Google+ versus Twitter

Housekeeping

  • Resource posts: reminder -> must include “hot” links
  • Points sheet updated (without comments – challenge of mis-categorization)

Framing and Discussion

Multi-Media
Discussion Leaders
Possible questions for additional discussion
  • What might future presidential elections include on their website to help build credibility?
  •  If campaigns were prohibited to use the Internet for future elections, what are some other ways that they could reach the large numbers they get as supporters through the Internet?
  •  In what ways does the power of networking on the web, create exponential desired results over its conventional methods of reaching political supporters?
Diigo Project – Google+ v Twitter
For Wednesday
  • Comments on DL posts (two, per prior weeks)
  • Kathy -> comments on points sheet
  • Kathy -> double check week 5 reading posts
  • Google+ -> TypeWith.me doc — add your gmail address by end of day today for an invitation OR send me your G+ profile URL
For Next Week
  • DLs -> reflection by Friday
  • Resource posts -> added an extra post for next week’s topic, turn in Monday 15 Aug – Wed 17 Aug
  • Lecture will include info on managing your digital identity
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About Kathy E. Gill (@kegill)

Digital evangelist, writer, teacher. Webmaster at King County Elections; educator at UW. Transplanted Southerner; teach newbies to ride motorcycles! @kegill, gplus.to/kegill, http://wiredpen.com

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