Please give each of the required sections of your proposal their own paragraph(s) in the "DISCUSSIONS" area. By giving each section its own paragraph(s), I can comment on individual sections if necessary.
Also -- Just attaching 14 images with no explanation is not going to get you a high grade. Each image, whether it is a screenshot from another website or a screenshot of your own work, should be referenced.Here is an example --
Super Mario, author of Plumbing with Mushrooms, offers an interesting visualization of data proving that clogs treated with strains of fungus are more successful than those treated with alternative methods (IMAGE1).
As far as citing sources, I reccomend a similar method:
Super Luigi, Super Mario's brother, countered his sibling's argument by simply stating, "I used to run the plumbing racket alongside my brother, however our methods were unscrupulous and wrong" (Luigi, 53).
Luigi, Super. "My Brother isa nota' so super!" Luigi's Confessional Blog, Pretendo Publishing, 11 April 2019, http://www.luigi.org/my-brother-sucks.
Survey of the Field - Talk about your audience, research interests and habits of your chosen demographic(s), create data visualizations, etc.
Research Site or Article A - Hone in on a website or an article that features content, features, and/or other aspects that are relevant to your chosen final project.
Research Site or Article B - Hone in on a website or an article that features content, features, and/or other aspects that are relevant to your chosen final project.
Research Site or Article C - Hone in on a website or an article that features content, features, and/or other aspects that are relevant to your chosen final project.
Goals and Challenges - Discuss goals that you wish to actually complete for your final project, and even more importantly, discuss issues you are having with lab work/homework and how you will attempt to overcome them.
Works Cited - A detailed list of resources you've used in your proposal. At least six sources are suggested.
(See Vocat rubric for specific expectations)
Effort can offset any pain-points/areas-of-struggle. If you struggle with written English, take extra effort to build out interesting visualizations in Photoshop. If you're still struggling with all software demonsterated in class, take extra care to write engaging research material and provide a robust explanation of project goals.
WARNINGS: * If an image or any other media asset is presented in the midterm without any form of citation, it will be treated as if it has not been included. (This is for non-original media only, original media created by student does not require citation) * If a quote is used (I.E. cutting and pasting from Wikipedia) and no citation given, I will know, and depending on the severity, you may be given a grade of 0 on your Midterm... PLAGIARISM IS NOT TOLERATED IN THIS CLASS!