Monthly Archives: April 2014

This Week

This Week: –Post 14: Farewell Post due at the end of final exam –What do I do with my blog at the end of the semester? –Final Project examples –Blog presentation talking points. Sign up for a slot to present in … Continue reading

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Course Evaluation

Please take a few minutes to fill out the course evaluation for Online Journalism I. 1. Go to http://www.rowan.edu/selfservice 2. Click “Access Banner Services – Secure Area – login Required.” 3. Enter User ID and PIN. 4. Click “Personal Information.” 5. … Continue reading

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So What? The final list of the semester

The semester is coming to a close. So now what? Here are nine suggestions of what to do once the semester is over. 1. Expand your “news diet.” The best thing a journalism student can do is to read/listen/watch a lot … Continue reading

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Blog Presentations – April 28 and April 30

Blog presentations will take place in on Monday, April 28 and Wednesday, April 30. Worth 25 points (15 points for your presentation/10 points for participation at both sessions) Each student will have about 5 minutes to present her/his work to the class. … Continue reading

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Final Project Examples

Here are a few examples of past final projects for Online 1: –Crossfit with Michael Gardner–Lavallette Beach Patrols Prepare for the Summer Season–2013 Rowan Baseball Overview–Brigeport race way points leaders with photo essay–Drive a Race Car with No Experience

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What do I do with my blog at the end of the semester?

Whatever you plan to do with your blog in the future, please make sure it stays public until you get your final grade from the university. I need to be able to access it to complete your final grades. After … Continue reading

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Post 14: Farewell Post

Blog Post 14: Farewell Post (worth 10 points) is due at the end of your final exam period. 1. Write a final farewell post letting your readers know you are ending your project. If you are going to continue on your … Continue reading

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