Process Post #12: Website Guidelines

Website Guidelines Reading the article titled The dark side of Guardian comments explains how comments vary depending on the type of article. It was found that articles written by women got more negative comments, as well as articles about world news,  opinion, and environment (Gardiner et al., 2016). Reading this article made me reflect on the guidelines… Continue reading Process Post #12: Website Guidelines

Process Post #11: Transmedia Integration

Transmedia Integration on My Website The article called Pokemon as Transmedia Storytelling shares how this fictional world has expanding to many forms of media. For instance, Pokemon is present in books, TV shows, video games, card games, and much more (Whippersnappers, 2013). Pokemon has found a way to attract an audience in many forms of media.… Continue reading Process Post #11: Transmedia Integration

Mini Assignment #5: An Infographic of My Online Self

An Infographic of My Online Self I decided to make an infographic that explains my behaviour on various online platforms. My online identity varies tremendously on each platform. For instance, my LinkedIn account is full of personal information such as where I go to school and my work experience, while my YouTube account has no… Continue reading Mini Assignment #5: An Infographic of My Online Self

Process Post #10: Organic Search Traffic

Organic Search Traffic This week’s reading on 15 Reasons Why Your Business Absolutely Needs SEO makes me reflect on how challenging it is to have your website appear in searches. The article’s first point is titled “Organic Search is Most Often the Primary Source of Website Traffic” (Hollingsworth, 2021). However, how often does my website… Continue reading Process Post #10: Organic Search Traffic

Peer Review #3

Website Link: Target Audience Looking at Completely Cass‘ website, her website seems to be catered towards student athletes, like herself. The website currently lacks content posts, which makes it difficult to feel connected to the author; however, the video in the “About Me” section allows the audience to have a better idea of who… Continue reading Peer Review #3

Process Post #8: Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence This week’s readings focus on AI tools, specifically ChatGPT and DALL-E. The Business Insider article explains how to use DALL-E to create images based on prompts you write (Antonelli, 2022). I believe that these tools can be helpful; however, I also think that we must be cautious of how much we rely on these… Continue reading Process Post #8: Artificial Intelligence

The Fight Against Fake News

Fake news is defined by one source as “articles or photos that are false and designed to mislead” (Gaultney et al., 2022). Fake news is everywhere and is threatening democracy. This essay will argue that the spread of misinformation requires not only digital media literacy education, but also the actions of social media companies. According to… Continue reading The Fight Against Fake News

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Process Post #7: Finding Credible Sources

Fake News Is Everywhere Reading Yes Digital Literacy. But Which One? was very entertaining. The article talked about identifying “fake news” and sites with misinformation. The example websites that the author used to show fake news was obviously not credible to me; however, I found the author’s explanations of how certain people may trust these… Continue reading Process Post #7: Finding Credible Sources

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