Toward MemeMorial


      » Reminder/Update: com­pose optional exer­cise for extra credit
      (choose either prompt 4/5 or optional prompt) — due 12/6
      » Due (S 07-Dec) Project 3 Prep Notes Inven­tory (see list below)

    Stage III   Assem­blage Tes­ti­mony
    Project: “MemeMo­r­ial” → part 1: witness/testimonial (assem­blage)
    M 01-Dec   Read/discuss: E.M. Chp. 7. “Jus­tice Miranda (A Conceit)”

          Activity/Discuss: toward tes­ti­mo­nial — project focus & method

        W 19-Nov   Read/discuss: E.M. Chp. 8 “Soft Wish­ing Y (A Col­lab­o­ra­tion)” & Con­clu­sion “The Web of Changes”

          » Blog Entry [optional if already com­posed 10]

            — tes­ti­mo­nial assem­blage process (dis­cuss, toward project); or dis­cuss Papa­gian­nis/Gure­vitch optional article

            net­work wit­ness final update (sug­gested: disaster/event; chor­ag­ra­phy, “sam­pling” [from] pop­cy­cle databases)

          F 05-Dec   Read/Discuss: Carter & Arroyo (2011), “Par­tic­i­pa­tory Ped­a­gogy and YouTubeU in 2020” (PDF in D2L)
          + Dig­i­tal media relays (stu­dent examples)

                  optional read­ing (relays toward Periph­eral ideas): Papa­gian­nis: “Work­ing towards Defin­ing an Aes­thet­ics of Aug­mented Real­ity” or Gure­vitch: “Google Warm­ing: Google Earth as Eco-Machinima” Con­ver­gence 2014 (PDFs avail­able in D2L)

                  » Due (S 07-Dec) Project Notes Inven­tory (see list below)

                    → prepa­ra­tion for Stu­dio work­shops final week, led by groups

                  » Update! new dead­line: pro­pose by 12-Dec to present at PWR Diver­sity Con­fer­ence
                  — Group Emer­A­gency Net-Work (project 2) would make for great presentation/panel (indi­vid­u­ally or as group)!
                  “Pro­pos­als can be from any dis­ci­pline and in any genre – nar­ra­tive, analy­sis, mul­ti­me­dia, etc.
                  *Pref­er­ence will be given to pro­pos­als that involve dig­i­tal tech­nol­ogy* 100 word abstracts

                  Con­tinue reading

                  Reasoneon // Make it New(s)


                      » Reminder: start “net­work wit­ness” focus (indi­vid­ual con­cern — social prob­lem) & tasks (blog­ging)

                  Stage III   Assem­blage Tes­ti­mony
                  Project: “MemeMo­r­ial”

                  M 10-Nov   Read/discuss: E.M.   Chp 3 “The Call (Abject Mon­u­ments)” (pp. 57–81)


                      Focus/topics: “Rea­so­neon” (logic) in MemeMo­r­ial — tes­ti­mo­nial
                      » Discuss/Activity: “Inter­net as liv­ing mon­u­ment”; medi­ated wit­ness & tes­ti­mony

                  W 12-Nov   Read/discuss: E.M.   Chp 4. “Trans­ver­sal (Into Cyber­space)” (pp. 83–111)


                    • Key top­ics: Assem­blage → Fig­ure (relays)
                      » Dis­cuss: “cog­ni­tive map­ping” (re: Exer­cise 4 & MEmo­r­ial?)
                      — “expe­ri­ence of image iden­tity” indi­vid­ual and col­lec­tive
                      // “the opti­cal unconscious”

                    • toward project:   emblem, “impresa,” “con­cetto”   (expe­ri­enced image testimony)

                  » Weekly Blog Work:   “net­work wit­ness”   update (page or post/category)

                  F 14-Nov   Inde­pen­dent Project Work (see email):

                    topic (refine); net­work wit­ness (update); class­mate comment

                  Due S 15-Nov (see email)   Exer­cise 4: “Cog­ni­tive Map­ping” (rela­tion to issue/topic) — Instruc­tions Page
                  » PSA: CU Alter­na­tive Breaks Appli­ca­tion (due 18-Nov)

                  Begin New Consultancy

                  week 2
                  M 01-Sep    No Classes — Labor Day

                  W 03-Sep    Read/Discuss: Elec­tronic Mon­u­ments Pref­ace + Intro­duc­tion (pp. ix-xxxi) *PDF in D2L

                    » Focus: Method of Study, Class Per­spec­tive, On-going study
                    — “Civic Engage­ment through New Media?” (Inter­net Pub­lic Sphere)

                  » Blog Entry   First Entry due Wed. 9pm; class­mate com­ment due Thursday


                    • 200–300 words, infor­mal (“blog­gerly” voice = between schol­arly & personal)

                    • Dis­cuss first read­ing, E.M. Intro­duc­tion
                      sug­gest: link spe­cific point from read­ing / class dis­cus­sion to per­sonal exam­ple
                      (par­tic­u­larly, obser­va­tions about social issue or net­work media & activities)

                    • More on blog­ging as assign­ment here


                  • Addi­tion­ally, com­ment on classmate’s post — by Thursday

                  * update   Thurs­day night: com­plete poll of your choices for group focus (issue/topic) — to arrange by preferences

                      • Sec­tion 028 poll here (sign-in required)
                      • Sec­tion 034 poll here (sign-in required)

                  F 05-Sep    Read/Discuss:

                      » Final­ize groups by topic/issue; setup group sites/accounts


                    * Beginnet­work wit­ness
                    — post­ing on group site and doc­u­ment­ing on per­sonal blog