Week 8 Notes
- Step by step (step player)
- Galleries that can be filtered:
- What makes a great interactive?
- Timelines – Jerry Falwell
- Challenge of one-offs
- The Fight In Iraq
- Maybe a story on Darfur using this template
- The Fight In Iraq
- BBC (kathy): Mapping the violence in Baghdad
- Why do people gravitate towards video? (passive)
Blog posts (reading reflection) of note:
Student led-discussion (group 1)
- relationship between interactivity and credibility?
- where to put corrections?
- trust != truth
- online link: http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/365024.365037
Last Week’s Assignment
Review the final “text + pictures” story of your peer group partner/s. Send an e-mail with feedback by end of day Thursday — cc Kathy. Rec’d cc’s from
- Chloe on Luke, Vaun
- Kaichen on Magnus
- Kristina on Tony
- Tony on Kristina
- Vaun on Chloe, Luke
Students who didn’t have anything linked on com586 page that could be peer reviewed:
Status of first story (text/pix) and second story (audio script) draft
The com586 page should contain a LINK to two things — the FINAL version of the first iteration of the story and the DRAFT script.
NOTE: I will no longer search your blog for the links to your work — and please don’t expect your fellow students to do so in order to provide you with peer feedback.
- Barrie (missing both)
- Chloe (1st story, no draft script)
- Kaichen (1st story, no script)
- Kevin (the com586 page should contain LINKS to the first final story and the draft script. the com300 page should not be your draft script. )
- Kristina (1st story, draft script)
- Luke (missing both here – draft script)
- Magnus (the com586 page should contain LINKS to the first final story and the draft script. the com586 page should not be the first page of your multi-page first story. )
- Stephanie (missing both)
- Tony (1st story, draft script)
- Vaun (1st story, draft script)
- What exactly is “dynamism,” and why does it affect perceived credibility?
- What role does search engine optimization play – if any – in creating website credibility?
- Are trust antecedents the primary measuring stick for risk?
- Can ease of use make up for other deficiencies in a website, including its underlying credibility?
- lots here!
- How do we determine credibility of online information if it’s being provided by a sole author?
- What is the advantage of ‘non-traditional’ sources of information (i.e. sources that can’t verify their authenticity)?
- The more online-active we are, do we become less trusting or more trusting of visited sites?
- What site do you trust?
- Are there certain designs or elements that elicit trust?
- Do brand names influence trust regardless of site design?
- Parenthetical: what is the real value of this research? Will my findings help make this a better world, or just help people mess it up some more?
- Editing with Audacity
- Convert audio files with Zamzar
- Bring four-five photos that you want to use in your final project. We’ll “insert” them into a Flash slideshow template in lab.