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*Groups will be 2 students, no more.
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*Groups will be 3 students, no more.
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*You will have us create some type of end product for your how-to. It does not have to be a new end product as you can teach the class how to create an already existing product.
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*You will have us create some type of end product for your how-to. The end product must fulfill some type of community need. A list of possible products to develop will be provided. For example, a previous group created a how-to for the Dreamweaver program and the end product was a new design for a campus group website.
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*How-to Project will be graded A-F with 50% of the grade based on the written document and 50% based on the class presentation.
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*How-to Project will be graded A-F with 50% of the grade based on the written document and 50% based on the class presentation.

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With a class partner, you will create a how-to document covering at least two elements from one of the software programs we are working with.
*First, choose a partner to work with.
*Then choose one of these software programs:
**Bridge
**Photoshop
**Dreamweaver
**Flash
**Fireworks
**Illustrator
**[=InDesign=]
*Groups will be 2 students, no more.
*Groups will turn in a first and second choice for preferred program as programs will be randomly assigned.
*You will have us create some type of end product for your how-to. It does not have to be a new end product as you can teach the class how to create an already existing product.
*The how-to should be visually appealing and easy to use for the reader. You should use the book as a model.
*Use the wording from the book as you write the instructions, but make sure to provide an acknowledgement at the end of the instructions.
*Groups will present the how-to instructions to the class on an assigned day.
*How-to should take approximately 30-40 minutes to complete.
*Groups will lead the class in completing the how-to instructions.
*You should make note of questions/problems that occur as you present the how-to.
*You can then take what you learned from having the class complete the how-to instructions and make changes.
*Then turn in your final document one week after presenting to the class for your final grade.
*How-to Project will be graded A-F with 50% of the grade based on the written document and 50% based on the class presentation.