Session long project on social networks

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The purpose of the Session Long Project in Trident University classes is to give you the opportunity to explore the applicability of the Module to your own life, work, and place in space and time, and to experiment with the Module to see how the otherwise academically rigorous presentation of a topic may, with more or less work and/or trauma, become “up close and personal”. This is done in a number of different ways — sometimes cumulative papers, sometimes practical hands-on experimentation with a tool of some sort, sometimes reflections on a place of work or life. The common thread is personal application, aimed at demonstrating a cumulative knowledge and understanding of the course’s material. The main purpose of the written parts of the assignments is to show that you’ve had some experiences doing the project, that you’ve thought carefully about what they mean for your own education, and that you can make some personal applications of this meaning to your own professional and/or personal understanding. Demonstrating this understanding is actually considerably more important than carrying out any specific step in the project instructions. So — that’s the general SLP approach for this course. If you have questions at any point about what to do or how to strategize your exercises, please contact your instructor for illumination and assistance. Module 1 SLP assignment: For Module 1, you are required to write about a social network tool you use frequently to interact with your friends. Your paper should be short (3-5 pages, not including cover sheet and references) and to the point. Make sure to include the following points in your paper: 1) The technologies behind the social network tool. 2) Your experience with this tool 3) How it has changed the way you interact with your friends and family. Is it change a positive or negative one from your perspective?
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