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SGarza: DigitalRhetoricPresentationFormats

When we read and write in digital environments, we have many options for how to design and deliver content. Here's a list of some ways to do that, but there are many more. As we understand more about the theory of digital rhetorics, we can practice using these formats to gain more practical experience with how reading and writing is different in digital environments.

Slidecast - Any slide creation program can work, but you have to add audio. http://www.garrreynolds.com/preso-tips/ - some good basic concepts when putting together any kind of slide based presentation.

Vlog

Blog

Facebook page / post

Pinterest

Reddit

Infographic

Screencast - Camtasia is one possibility

Something using Memes

Something using Hashtags

Video

Podcast

(Whatever format you choose, make sure it's shareable with the group. You can unshare after the fact, but we need to be able to see what you created.)

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