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Class Agenda

  1. Tech Presentation Group #4: Audacity
  2. Pop quiz! (10 minutes)
  3. Discussion of Ridolfo & DeVoss’s Composing For Recomposition: Rhetorical Velocity and Delivery
  4. Read and comment on a classmate’s blog
  5. How to link your blog to your other social media accounts and other WordPress questions


Open Canvas and look for the WTL #8 post in the ‘Discussions’ section. Answer the following three questions. Three points each, plus one point just for trying.

  1. Define the amplification effect.
  2. Define rhetorical velocity.
  3. Why am I playing this video (i.e., what point does it illustrate in the Ridolfo & DeVoss article)?

How to Publicize Your Blog

Review this page and choose which social media sites would be best to help publicize your blog. Be sure to use this time wisely to get your blog some attention!

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Course Information

CO302.002, Writing In Online Environments
Fall 2016

when and where
T/TR @ 9:30-10:45am
Eddy 4

Jeremy Proctor
Eddy 311
jeremy.proctor@colostate.edu or proctorj@rams.colostate.edu

office hours
1:00 to 2:15 TR
by appointment

Most English Department faculty no longer have office phones. This means that the only way to reach me outside of class is to physically come to office hours or to email. During the work week I check email several times a day between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm. Under normal circumstances I respond to email within 24 hours. If you email after 5:00 pm on a Friday (i.e., on the weekend) you might not receive a reply until Monday morning.

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