Dr. Reneta Lansiquot will stop by next Tuesday 10/20.
Post the response blog to the reading and to the museum visit.
- “Iconographic Tracking: A Digital Research Method for Visual Rhetoric and Circulation Studies” (Laurie E. Gries, Computers and Composition, December 2013): print, annotate, and bring to class
- “Picking Up the Fragments of the 2012 Election: Memes, Topoi, and Political Rhetoric” (Ben Wetherbee, Present Tense: A Journal of Rhetoric in Society, 2015): print, annotate, and bring to class
Multimodality- describes communication practices in terms of the textual, aural, linguistic, spatial, and visual resources – or modes – used to compose messages.
Icon-a person or thing regarded as a representative symbol of something.
Iconography- the images or symbols related to something.
real-time-the actual time during which something takes place <the computer may partly analyze the data in real time
taxonomy-is the practice and science of classification.
folksonomy- is a system in which users apply public tags to online items, typically to aid them in re-finding those items.
Our class might be featured on the OpenLab Spotlight section
One person to present on one of the readings.
Twitter moments to keep in mind
timely vs. real-time
editing vs. presenting
more than one dynamic with interactive
expansion of original literacy
Memes- take into account how means go viral and how to incorporate it into your meme creation.
There needs to be more dynamic to interacting with content not only liking a post.
**Keep in mind the strategy that are often times used in social media.**