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Subject: English
Topic: General English
Due on: 04/16/2017
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Team A

Team A - Enterprise Peer Review (graded, team only)

First, please check the announcement area to find out which team you'll be working with. Then, use the drop-down menu to navigate to your team's Discussion area. In this Discussion area, you will need to do the following.

  • Please post your rough draft as an attachment by Wednesday.
  • Post two peer reviews for two of your teammates by Sunday or no later than the date your professor has announced. Important: Use the peer review form located in Doc Sharing, and post your feedback as an attachment.

For example, If there are five people on your team, there should be five drafts posted by the instructed due date. The first person to post a draft should do a peer review for the second and third people to post their drafts, and so on, with the last person to post looping around to do peer reviews for number one and two.

Meeting the deadlines is important! If, for some reason, a team member is late in posting a draft, you do not need to wait for him or her before proceeding with the peer-review process. If someone is late posting a draft, he or she should know that the opportunity to participate may be missed. Participating in the peer-review process counts as part of your discussion grade for this week. Discussion grades will be reduced if these deadlines are not met.




Team B

Team B - Voyager Peer Review (graded, team only)

First, please check the announcement area to find out which team you'll be working with. Then, use the drop-down menu to navigate to your team's Discussion area. In this Discussion area, you will need to do the following.

  • Please post your rough draft as an attachment by Wednesday.
  • Post two peer reviews for two of your teammates by Sunday or no later than the date your professor has announced. Important: Use the peer review form located in Doc Sharing, and post your feedback as an attachment.

For example, If there are five people on your team, there should be five drafts posted by the instructed due date. The first person to post a draft should do a peer review for the second and third people to post their drafts, and so on, with the last person to post looping around to do peer reviews for number one and two.

Meeting the deadlines is important! If, for some reason, a team member is late in posting a draft, you do not need to wait for him or her before proceeding with the peer-review process. If someone is late posting a draft, he or she should know that the opportunity to participate may be missed. Participating in the peer-review process counts as part of your discussion grade for this week. Discussion grades will be reduced if these deadlines are not met.




Team C

Team C - Prometheus Peer Review (graded, team only)

First, please check the announcement area to find out which team you'll be working with. Then, use the drop-down menu to navigate to your team's Discussion area. In this Discussion area, you will need to do the following.

  • Please post your rough draft as an attachment by Wednesday.
  • Post two peer reviews for two of your teammates by Sunday or no later than the date your professor has announced. Important: Use the peer review form located in Doc Sharing, and post your feedback as an attachment.

For example, If there are five people on your team, there should be five drafts posted by the instructed due date. The first person to post a draft should do a peer review for the second and third people to post their drafts, and so on, with the last person to post looping around to do peer reviews for number one and two.

Meeting the deadlines is important! If, for some reason, a team member is late in posting a draft, you do not need to wait for him or her before proceeding with the peer-review process. If someone is late posting a draft, he or she should know that the opportunity to participate may be missed. Participating in the peer-review process counts as part of your discussion grade for this week. Discussion grades will be reduced if these deadlines are not met.



Team D

Team D - Reliant Peer Review (graded, team only)

First, please check the announcement area to find out which team you'll be working with. Then, use the drop-down menu to navigate to your team's Discussion area. In this Discussion area, you will need to do the following.

  • Please post your rough draft as an attachment by Wednesday.
  • Post two peer reviews for two of your teammates by Sunday or no later than the date your professor has announced. Important: Use the peer review form located in Doc Sharing, and post your feedback as an attachment.

For example, If there are five people on your team, there should be five drafts posted by the instructed due date. The first person to post a draft should do a peer review for the second and third people to post their drafts, and so on, with the last person to post looping around to do peer reviews for number one and two.

Meeting the deadlines is important! If, for some reason, a team member is late in posting a draft, you do not need to wait for him or her before proceeding with the peer-review process. If someone is late posting a draft, he or she should know that the opportunity to participate may be missed. Participating in the peer-review process counts as part of your discussion grade for this week. Discussion grades will be reduced if these deadlines are not met.








Discussion 1

Writing for the Web (graded)

As we all know, the amount of information on the Internet is growing exponentially. Consequently, the need for creating or converting information into web-friendly formats is growing rapidly, as well. Technical communicators now often write content for websites, update a corporate blog or wiki, or manage a company’s social media presence on the Web.

For this discussion

  1. describe the major differences in writing content for the Web versus writing for print; and
  2. discuss the importance of web page design and interface. What elements do you feel make a website visually appealing or not?

Feel free to share a website you like or don’t like and explain your reasoning.


Discussion 2

Collaboration (graded)

We often think of writing as a solitary task. However, as our text states, collaboration with coworkers and with subject matter experts (SMEs) actually rank as two of the most important skills for technical writers in the workplace. So, let’s discuss some ways to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of collaborative writing. For this discussion

  1. explain the benefits derived from collaborating with others; and
  2. discuss some of the common pitfalls when working collaboratively. How might you overcome these challenges? Please share any personal experiences you have had with working in a group or on a team
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Preview: is looking on the web. Personally I'm developing now a drop shipping business, www.thecomfytemple.com, and it was important for me to find a website in Shopify that would provide me with a nice mobile edition.Respond Collapse Mark as ReadRE: Writing for the web.Monique Griffith Email this Author4/12/2017 4:24:24 PMDefinitely! I like that you added the language part, that's so important. You want everyone who is reading your writing to fully understand what is being talked about. I've never really created too much web design, but I also think graphics and illustrations are important on a web page.Respond Collapse Mark as ReadActive Vs PassiveWray Johnston Email this Author4/5/2017 4:15:59 AMWhen we visit a web page it is usually with a purpose. Either we got there by way of an interesting link or as a result of a web search. So on a web page, the content has to be brief and to the point. Most of our readers will not even make it to the end of the article if it wanders off even a little.Print is more passive. Readers have picked up the paper because they have some leisure time and want to read stories that include anecdotes and clever writing.The paper audience is looking for a good story while the web audience is looking for information.Nielson, J. (2008). Writing Style for Print vs. Web. Nielson Norman Group. Retrieved from: https://www.nngroup.com/articles/writing-style-for-print-vs-web/Respond Collapse Mark as ReadRE: Active Vs PassiveAmy Fields Email this Author4/5/2017 1:39:43 PMI like that fact that you mentioned, the paper audience was looking for a good story, while the web audience was looking for information. I have never really put that much thought into it. Now that you mention it, any time I have been looking online, it was primarily for research. Whether it was for a school report or just for my own curiosity, it was purely gaining information. Good point to bring up!Respond Collapse Mark as ReadWeb vs PrintTony Nguyen Email this Author4/5/2017 2:12:48 .....
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