New Media Literacies | Temple University | Fall 2011 | Professor Renee Hobbs

Produced by the students enrolled in Renee Hobbs' New Media Literacies class at Temple University, Fall 2011. Also see student writing on their WordPress blogs.

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New Forms of Expression and Communication


Social Media Literacy in Modern Dissent Movements Conor Scharr

4chan: Anonymity & Freedom of Expression on the Internet Chloe Westman

Digital Media In Museums Final Project- Dan Magerr

Music Piracy - Seth Phillips

Radio and Literacy Final Project (Website) Luis Cruz

Twitter With Education Final Project- Robert Chaz Flores

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Reddit and Popular Internet Memes - Rich Becker

How the Digital World is Affecting Music in the 21st Century - Seth Phillips

Digital Media, Culture and Society


Digital Music & Culture - Corey Abramson

How has Technology and the Internet Affected the General Attitude of College Students. Scott Stitzer

Twitter and Politics- Karen Fisher

Cyberbullying- Lorraine Childs

Philly's Digital Immigration- Kevin Hopkins

Digital Media and Learning


Bridging the Technology Gap Between Urban and Suburban Schools-- Keaton Nichols

Hip-Hop in the Classroom- Josh Widener

New Media-Based Language Learning-Haixia He

The Digital Divide in Gender and Education - Genevieve Gillespie

Twitter With Education-Robert Flores

Youtube in the Classroom-Jaleesa Jackson---final project

Hip-Hop In Today's Classroom -Ashley Blakeney

Children and Families Online


Parenting and Social Networking- Kaneisha Woods

Social Networking Sites and Kid's Privacy Bi-Hsuan Chien

Social Media and Parenting- Kaneisha Woods

Children and Mobile Meida- Marvin Flambert>>>>>>>Final Project Website

Strategies for non profit organizations Fred Staffieri

OUR FIVE-WEEK RESEARCH PROCESS
Learn more about process of doing college-level research here.
ACTIVITY
Explore to Find a Topic
DUE: October 15
FINDING QUESTIONS. Brainstorm to identify the most important questions
to examine in an inquiry.
Develop a Research Proposal
DUE: October 21
BEGIN THE JOURNEY. Build background knowledge about specific forms and types of .
Write a Precis
DUE: November 3
EVALUATE SOURCES. Compare and contrast two informational sources to discover how they are constructed and how they represent their subject.
Research Report 1
DUE: November 15
DEEPENING OUR QUESTIONS. Tackle more complex questions to explore particular issues of interest.
Research Report 2
DUE: November 22
SHARE WHAT WE HAVE LEARNED. Present ideas using print and multimedia to inform
different target audiences about your journey of exploration.
Final Presentation
DUE: December 1
Final Project Website
DUE: December 9