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Guest Speaker, Ryan Sholin
Guest Speaker for today is Ryan Sholin. Ryan is a talented graduate student in Mass Communications at San Jose State University. He is working on a thesis about the adoption of weblogs at U.S. newspapers. He also works at a newspaper company, Gatehouse Media. There is a related blogging assignment noted below!

Today: InDesign CS3 Project, Due Feb. 27
The InDesign CS3 project will be announced in class. The theme is what I like and what I do not like at SJSU. You must have at least four stories, at least two likes and two dislikes. Your audience is the university community including the students, faculty and staff at SJSU. It will utilize the skills you have learned in the previous Photoshop and InDesign Labs. This is a two page newsletter with a name, a date, pictures and an issue number. Bring this newsletter into class next week in PDF form on either a flash drive or burned onto a CD. If you use art other than what is listed below please be sure to credit the source and be prepared to prove you have the right to use the material.
Resources are available here:

    Assignments: Due Today, Feb 20

    • Blogging Assignment “Did You You Know 2.0” Noted Above
    • Lynda, InDesign CS3 Essential Training with David Blatner: the following chapters and all videos inside them:
      1. Introduction
      2. Workspace
      3. Getting to the Tools
      4. Creating a Document
      5. Managing Pages
      6. Text
      7. Graphics

      Assignments: Due Feb 27

      • InDesign CS3 Project Noted Above
      • Blog Post: Opinions related to the presentation of Ryan Sholin. Label anything presented as opinion as opinion and attribute anything not presented as opinion. Label post with category “Ryan Sholin Visit.”
      • Lynda, InDesign CS3 Essential Training with David Blatner: finish the remaining chapters and all videos inside them.

      Assignment: Due March 5

      • Read: “We the Media,” by Dan Gillmor
        • Please read The Introduction through the end of Chapter 3. This is up through page 65 in the printed O’Reilly edition of the Dan Gillmor book.
        • Do a post on this blog (or put a link on this blog to a post on your own blog) related to that reading indicating what the author said and why you agree or disagree with the author.
      May 2020
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