Week 6 Theme: Public Interest Propaganda.
What are the beneficial functions of propaganda for individuals and society?
We held our live synchronous class on Wednesday, Feb 28 at 4 pm EST. If you did not participate live, watch the recorded video and complete the task described in order to receive class participation credit.
- Why did #COM416 students get blocked from watching their online class video? Renee explains about the #DMCA and we analyze public interest propaganda with a close analysis of User Rights, Section 107
- Who is the author and what is the purpose?
- What techniques are used to attract and hold attention?
- What lifestyles, values and points of view are presented?
- How might different people interpret this message?
- What context and additional information is needed to evaluate this message?
- For discussion: What might be some consequences of people not understanding their legal rights to fair use?
- What are you learning through your class participation activities? Reviewing your completed work
- Renee’s comments on QUIZ #2: General patterns in student work
- Best dates for our Zoom class: Wednesdays at 4 pm
- Reflects on your Flipgrid reflections on the texting and driving film and digital annotation
- Your #COM416 Tweets
- Extra credit opportunity extended to March 7 – GetBadNews.com
- Review class participation, LEAP 2 assignment, reading and homework activities.
PLEASE COMPLETE Week 7 (Blurring of Art, Journalism and Activism) class assignments listed on the Pathwright website before Wednesday March 7 at 4 p.m.
CLASS PARTICIPATION. If you missed the “live” synchronous class on Feb 28 at 4 pm, you must view the recorded video. After watching the video class, you must offer your own critical analysis of the User Rights Section 107 video using the five critical questions, using the “Leave a Reply” function on this page.