UMUC CMST301 week 1 to week 5 discussion latest 2015 november

week 1.5em=”” 0px=”” 1em;=”” padding:=”” 0px;=”” border:=”” outline:=”” font-size:=”” 13px;=”” color:=”” rgb(53,=”” 53,=”” 53);=”” font-family:=”” ‘pt=”” sans’,=”” sans-serif;=”” background:=”” rgb(250,=”” 250,=”” 250);”=””>Welcome to the discussion for WEEK 1.Participating in this discussion counts toward your class participation grade. You must respond in complete sentences for each question, unless directed to do otherwise, demonstrating in your reply that you have read the material in order to receive full credit.Please read this information extremely carefully:Please revisit the conference during the week to (1) follow the discussion, (2) respond to a follow-up question(s) posed by a fellow student, (3) post additional comments, or (4) to address a problem in your initial reply as directed by your instructor.Please respond by answering the following:In your own words, what is digital media? How is this different then the ordinary internet?Describe how the internet provides digital media. Find at least two examples of digital media on the internet and provide a URL to these examples in your response to this question.What is meant by the term “Motion Graphics” and how is it used on the internet? Find at least two examples of motion graphics on the internet and provide a URL to these examples in your response to this question.How does digital Media work with Society? What do you expect to learn from taking this class?Your response:There are FOUR questions that need to be answered. You MUST answer ALL 4 questions. When you respond, please label your responses accordingly.Your response for each question is required to be AT LEAST 70 WORDS long. If your reply for a question is less than 70 words, you will lose points (yes, I do count). You can use MS Word to count the words in your response to make sure you have met the requirement.Please do not repeat what another student has already said. If your reply is on the same topic, you are required to add depth to the topic beyond what was initially stated in order to receive full credit. This requires that you not only complete the readings, but have read what your fellow students have posted before you post your response. In other words, your reply must add substantial value to the discussion.NOTE: Please do not attach a file to the conference. Enter your reply into the text area provided.The Quality of Your ResponseYour reply must prove to me that you have read the material. The following sample responses are not sufficient:1. I didn’t know how interesting this subject was.2. I had no idea that there were so many types of features.3. I am now very knowledgeable about creating information.4. The help tool is very cool.When I read your reply, I will ask myself, “Could someone have written this without reading the chapter?” If the answer is yes, then your reply needs some work.NOTE:Class Participation is worth 20% of your final grade in this course.Common Mistakes and Sources for Point DeductionsStudents in previous semesters lost points for the following:1. Reply was not made before the deadline, resulting in a grade of zero for the week.2. Reply was not complete–for example–a student may fail to respond to all readings–missing one or more.3. Reply was not properly cited. If you include a direct quote or make references to textbooks or other resources, you are required to include the name of the source and the page reference(s) (e.g. p. 26, Discovering Computers).4. Reply was not properly formatted–Item labels (A, B, C, and D) were not included.5. Repeating what was already stated in an earlier reply by another student.6. Reply was created in MS Word and attached to the conference. All replies are required to be typed or cut-and-pasted into the message reply text box.Late WorkLate work will not be accepted without approval of the instructor and then only for exceptional circumstances. The timeliness of the request is critical. For all unexcused late work,12:01am ET is considered late, and will be graded as zero. This policy will be strictly followed.week 2.5em=”” 0px=”” 1em;=”” padding:=”” 0px;=”” border:=”” outline:=”” font-size:=”” 13px;=”” color:=”” rgb(53,=”” 53,=”” 53);=”” font-family:=”” ‘pt=”” sans’,=”” sans-serif;=”” background:=”” rgb(250,=”” 250,=”” 250);”=””>Welcome to the discussion for WEEK 2.Participating in this discussion counts toward your class participation grade. You must respond in complete sentences for each question, unless directed to do otherwise, demonstrating in your reply that you have read the material in order to receive full credit.Please read this information extremely carefully:Please revisit the conference during the week to (1) follow the discussion, (2) respond to a follow-up question(s) posed by a fellow student, (3) post additional comments, or (4) to address a problem in your initial reply as directed by your instructor.Please rewspond by answering the following:In your own words, explain what you feel is the impact of digital media on society. Is it significant? Why or Why not?Describe what you feel is a content delivery system. Find at least two examples of content delivery systems on the internet and provide a URL to these examples in your response to this question.What are some privacy issues on the internet? Identify at least two privacy issues and discuss why they are issues and how they can be avoided.How are ethics defined and used on the internet? Are there social ethics? Are social ethics different then social etiquette? Identify two examples of social ethics on the internet. Identify two examples of social etiquette on the internet.Your response:There are FOUR questions that need to be answered. You MUST answer ALL 4 questions. When you respond, please label your responses accordingly.Your response for each question is required to be AT LEAST 70 WORDS long. If your reply for a question is less than 70 words, you will lose points (yes, I do count). You can use MS Word to count the words in your response to make sure you have met the requirement.Please do not repeat what another student has already said. If your reply is on the same topic, you are required to add depth to the topic beyond what was initially stated in order to receive full credit. This requires that you not only complete the readings, but have read what your fellow students have posted before you post your response. In other words, your reply must add substantial value to the discussion.NOTE: Please do not attach a file to the conference. Enter your reply into the text area provided.The Quality of Your ResponseYour reply must prove to me that you have read the material. The following sample responses are not sufficient:1. I didn’t know how interesting this subject was.2. I had no idea that there were so many types of features.3. I am now very knowledgeable about creating information.4. The help tool is very cool.When I read your reply, I will ask myself, “Could someone have written this without reading the chapter?” If the answer is yes, then your reply needs some work.NOTE:Class Participation is worth 20% of your final grade in this course.Common Mistakes and Sources for Point DeductionsStudents in previous semesters lost points for the following:1. Reply was not made before the deadline, resulting in a grade of zero for the week.2. Reply was not complete–for example–a student may fail to respond to all readings–missing one or more.3. Reply was not properly cited. If you include a direct quote or make references to textbooks or other resources, you are required to include the name of the source and the page reference(s) (e.g. p. 26, Discovering Computers).4. Reply was not properly formatted–Item labels (A, B, C, and D) were not included.5. Repeating what was already stated in an earlier reply by another student.6. Reply was created in MS Word and attached to the conference. All replies are required to be typed or cut-and-pasted into the message reply text box.Late WorkLate work will not be accepted without approval of the instructor and then only for exceptional circumstances. The timeliness of the request is critical. For all unexcused late work,12:01am ET is considered late, and will be graded as zero. This policy will be strictly followed.week 3Welcome to the discussion forWEEK 3.Participating in this discussion counts toward yourclass participation grade. You must respond incomplete sentences for each question, unless directed to do otherwise, demonstrating in your reply that you have read the material in order to receive full credit.Please read this information extremely carefully:Please revisit the conference during the week to (1) follow the discussion, (2) respond to a follow-up question(s) posed by a fellow student, (3) post additional comments, or (4) to address a problem in your initial reply as directed by your instructor.Please respond by answering the following:In your own words, what is your opinion of social media and social networking? Can this really replace face to face contact with people?Describe what social networking and social media tools you use. How often do you use them? Why?What are some privacy issues with social media and social networking? Are there privacy issues? Do you think the expectation of privacy shoud be different for internet versus face to face real world discussions? Why or why not?How can information literacy be defined? Is there really such a concept of information literacy? Does this have an relationship to critical thinking skills?Your response:There are FOUR questions that need to be answered. You MUST answer ALL 4 questions. When you respond, please label your responses accordingly.Your response for each question is required to be AT LEAST 70 WORDS long. If your reply for a question is less than 70 words, you will lose points (yes, I do count). You can use MS Word to count the words in your response to make sure you have met the requirement.Please do not repeat what another student has already said. If your reply is on the same topic, you are required to add depth to the topic beyond what was initially stated in order to receive full credit. This requires that you not only complete the readings, but have read what your fellow students have posted before you post your response. In other words, your reply must add substantial value to the discussion.NOTE: Please do not attach a file to the conference. Enter your reply into the text area provided.The Quality of Your ResponseYour reply must prove to me that you have read the material. The following sample responses are not sufficient:1. I didn’t know how interesting this subject was.2. I had no idea that there were so many types of features.3. I am now very knowledgeable about creating information.4. The help tool is very cool.When I read your reply, I will ask myself, “Could someone have written this without reading the chapter?” If the answer is yes, then your reply needs some work.NOTE:Class Participation is worth 20% of your final grade in this course.Common Mistakes and Sources for Point DeductionsStudents in previous semesters lost points for the following:1. Reply was not made before the deadline, resulting in a grade of zero for the week.2. Reply was not complete–for example–a student may fail to respond to all readings–missing one or more.3. Reply was not properly cited. If you include a direct quote or make references to textbooks or other resources, you are required to include the name of the source and the page reference(s) (e.g. p. 26, Discovering Computers).4. Reply was not properly formatted–Item labels (A, B, C, and D) were not included.5. Repeating what was already stated in an earlier reply by another student.6. Reply was created in MS Word and attached to the conference. All replies are required to be typed or cut-and-pasted into the message reply text box.Late WorkLate work will not be accepted without approval of the instructor and then only for exceptional circumstances. The timeliness of the request is critical. For all unexcused late work,12:01am ET is considered late, and will be graded as zero. This policy will be strictly followedweek 4.Welcome to the discussion forWEEK 4.Participating in this discussion counts toward yourclass participation grade. You must respond incomplete sentences for each question, unless directed to do otherwise, demonstrating in your reply that you have read the material in order to receive full credit.Please read this information extremely carefully:Please revisit the conference during the week to (1) follow the discussion, (2) respond to a follow-up question(s) posed by a fellow student, (3) post additional comments, or (4) to address a problem in your initial reply as directed by your instructor.Please respond by answering the following:In your own words, what are some legal issues on the inernet. None of us are lawyers but we can all spot suspicious activity or potentially unlawful practices or interactions on the internet. Identify at least two examples of things that just didn’t look right to you that might actually be illegal.Describe what you feel the government should do to monitor or regulate the internet. Should they be involved? Should they be looking for ways to catch those who are doing illegal things on the internet? Should the internet be allowed to be free of government involvement or regulation?If the government were to get involved in regulations of the internet what area of interst should they be involved in? That is what do you feel is OK for them to control? Is there anything they should not have any control over?How are some common scams, tricks or hoaxs on the internet? Identify two scams, tricks or hoaxs that you are aware of. Were you victimized by them? How did you discover they were wrong or malicious?Your response:There are FOUR questions that need to be answered. You MUST answer ALL 4 questions. When you respond, please label your responses accordingly.Your response for each question is required to be AT LEAST 70 WORDS long. If your reply for a question is less than 70 words, you will lose points (yes, I do count). You can use MS Word to count the words in your response to make sure you have met the requirement.Please do not repeat what another student has already said. If your reply is on the same topic, you are required to add depth to the topic beyond what was initially stated in order to receive full credit. This requires that you not only complete the readings, but have read what your fellow students have posted before you post your response. In other words, your reply must add substantial value to the discussion.NOTE: Please do not attach a file to the conference. Enter your reply into the text area provided.The Quality of Your ResponseYour reply must prove to me that you have read the material. The following sample responses are not sufficient:1. I didn’t know how interesting this subject was.2. I had no idea that there were so many types of features.3. I am now very knowledgeable about creating information.4. The help tool is very cool.When I read your reply, I will ask myself, “Could someone have written this without reading the chapter?” If the answer is yes, then your reply needs some work.NOTE:Class Participation is worth 20% of your final grade in this course.Common Mistakes and Sources for Point DeductionsStudents in previous semesters lost points for the following:1. Reply was not made before the deadline, resulting in a grade of zero for the week.2. Reply was not complete–for example–a student may fail to respond to all readings–missing one or more.3. Reply was not properly cited. If you include a direct quote or make references to textbooks or other resources, you are required to include the name of the source and the page reference(s) (e.g. p. 26, Discovering Computers).4. Reply was not properly formatted–Item labels (A, B, C, and D) were not included.5. Repeating what was already stated in an earlier reply by another student.6. Reply was created in MS Word and attached to the conference. All replies are required to be typed or cut-and-pasted into the message reply text box.Late WorkLate work will not be accepted without approval of the instructor and then only for exceptional circumstances. The timeliness of the request is critical. For all unexcused late work,12:01am ET is considered late, and will be graded as zero. This policy will be strictly followed.week 5.5em=”” 0px=”” 1em;=”” padding:=”” 0px;=”” border:=”” outline:=”” font-size:=”” 13px;=”” color:=”” rgb(53,=”” 53,=”” 53);=”” font-family:=”” ‘pt=”” sans’,=”” sans-serif;=”” background:=”” rgb(250,=”” 250,=”” 250);”=””>Welcome to the discussion for WEEK 5.Participating in this discussion counts toward your class participation grade. You must respond in complete sentences for each question, unless directed to do otherwise, demonstrating in your reply that you have read the material in order to receive full credit.Please read this information extremely carefully:Please revisit the conference during the week to (1) follow the discussion, (2) respond to a follow-up question(s) posed by a fellow student, (3) post additional comments, or (4) to address a problem in your initial reply as directed by your instructor.Please respond by answering the following:In your own words, explain why the visual display of internet data and information matters? What makes the display effective?Describe what you like about the design of websites and web resources. Find at least two examples of web contant on the internet that you like the visual display of and provide a URL to these examples in your response to this question.What does the term infographics mean? Identify two examples of the use of infographics on the internet and provide a URL to these examples in your respond to this question.What are some ways to evaluate the use of digital media on the internet? For example, what are some criteria that you can use to measure different resources against each other? What would make one resource better or more effective then another? More effective in what way?Your response:There are FOUR questions that need to be answered. You MUST answer ALL 4 questions. When you respond, please label your responses accordingly.Your response for each question is required to be AT LEAST 70 WORDS long. If your reply for a question is less than 70 words, you will lose points (yes, I do count). You can use MS Word to count the words in your response to make sure you have met the requirement.Please do not repeat what another student has already said. If your reply is on the same topic, you are required to add depth to the topic beyond what was initially stated in order to receive full credit. This requires that you not only complete the readings, but have read what your fellow students have posted before you post your response. In other words, your reply must add substantial value to the discussion.NOTE: Please do not attach a file to the conference. Enter your reply into the text area provided.The Quality of Your ResponseYour reply must prove to me that you have read the material. The following sample responses are not sufficient:1. I didn’t know how interesting this subject was.2. I had no idea that there were so many types of features.3. I am now very knowledgeable about creating information.4. The help tool is very cool.When I read your reply, I will ask myself, “Could someone have written this without reading the chapter?” If the answer is yes, then your reply needs some work.NOTE:Class Participation is worth 20% of your final grade in this course.Common Mistakes and Sources for Point DeductionsStudents in previous semesters lost points for the following:1. Reply was not made before the deadline, resulting in a grade of zero for the week.2. Reply was not complete–for example–a student may fail to respond to all readings–missing one or more.3. Reply was not properly cited. If you include a direct quote or make references to textbooks or other resources, you are required to include the name of the source and the page reference(s) (e.g. p. 26, Discovering Computers).4. Reply was not properly formatted–Item labels (A, B, C, and D) were not included.5. Repeating what was already stated in an earlier reply by another student.6. Reply was created in MS Word and attached to the conference. All replies are required to be typed or cut-and-pasted into the message reply text box.Late WorkLate work will not be accepted without approval of the instructor and then only for exceptional circumstances. The timeliness of the request is critical. For all unexcused late work,12:01am ET is considered late, and will be graded as zero. This policy will be strictly followed.

 

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