Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Assignment guidelines, revised

Adoption of a mass communications professional who uses Twitter.  Five-minute class presentation. to each member of the class. Two page paper to prof of what you presented:
  • At top--Your  name, professional's name, professional's twitter name
  • Paragraph 1--Who they are, what they do
  • Paragraph 2--how use twitter, how long used, use other social media?
  • Paragraph 3--Their comments on value of twitter to professional
  • Paragraph 4--How they've seen it change, what see in the future?
  • Paragraph 5--Their advice on using twitter
·       Three-page summary paper comparing two of in-class speakers with information from
adopted tweeters.
At the top—list speakers, pro sites-your name, date
  1.  intro—twitter in your major—1 pargraph
  2. key points of two speakers
  3. key points of two pros
  4. compare and contrast
  5. what means to you as a pro and tweeter in future
  6. lessons learned
·       Daily Tweets on combined class Twitter site #clarkclass about class speakers and issues.
·       Comments on class blog reading, by assigned deadlines.
·       Take home final project, submit by email, dated June 4 to tmclark44@gmail.com
·       Final test.
SUBMISSION GUIDELINES for two-page paper, three-page paper and final project: No fancy covers. First page includes your name, date, subject title. Fourth page lists sources contacted. Paper to be stapled in upper left hand corner. All work, except in class exercises, must be typed, double-spaced, using Times New Roman or Palatino typeface, on one side of the paper, with 1” or 1 1/2"
margins. Follow Associated Press style. Make sure your toner is readable (dark). Work will
not be accepted unless it complies with these guidelines. E-mail submissions allowed only
on designated assignments.

At top--Your  name, professional's name, professional's twitter name
Paragraph 1--Who they are, what they do
Paragraph 2--how use twitter, how long used, use other social media?
Paragraph 3--Their comments on value of twitter to professional
Paragraph 4--How they've seen it change, what see in the future?
Paragraph 5--Their advice on using twitter

Outline to every member of class--one page--bullet points covering essential information 

Comparison paper


At the top—list speakers, pro sites-your name, date
  1.  intro—twitter in your major—1 pargraph
  2. key points of two speakers
  3. key points of two pros
  4. compare and contrast
  5. what means to you as a pro and tweeter in future
  6. lessons learned

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