Watch the GEN103 Scholarly & Popular Resources (Links to an external site.) and How to Read a Scholarly Article (Links to an external site.) videos, and review the Source Types handout, and Hancock, J. (2015, October 2). Workplace wellness programs put employee privacy at risk (Links to an external site.). CNN. Retrieved from https://www.cnn.com/2015/09/28/health/workplace-wellness-privacy-risk-exclusive/index.html Reflect: You read two articles that address the same topic but are different types of sources. Consider the following questions: What characteristics make the sources different? How do those differences add to or detract from the credibility of the sources? How could you use each of the sources in school, at work, or in your personal life? Think of at least two specific examples. Write.png Write: Based on your learning in the Prepare and Reflect sections above, write at least three paragraphs that fully address the prompt below. Cite any sources you use or refer to. Identify the type of source you read in addition to the scholarly, peer-reviewed article. Who is the audience for each source? How does the intended audience affect the choice of language, images, and organization? Analyze the credibility of the two sources that you read. What specific features of the articles led you to conclude the source was or was not credible? Provide at least one specific example for each source. Explain how each source might be used to address a specific information need. What research situations would be appropriate for each source? What concerns would you have about using the sources in those situations? Your initial post must be at least 350 words and address all of the prompts elements. You must cite and reference any sources that you use in your posts, including your textbook or any other sources of information that you use. Please refer to the Writing Centers Citing Within Your Paper (Links to an external site.) and Formatting Your References List (Links to an external site.) for help with citing and referencing your sources
How does the internet allow for individuals to select and promote what they consider the positive features of the identity and omit any perceived negative elements, or even construct an “imaginary persona”? What are some dangers of this feature of the internet?
For this week, I asked you to engage with Gamestar Mechanic, a web-based game platform that teaches students about game mechanics through a quest-based learning approach. Students earn “sprites” as a result of moving through a storyline developed by the creators of Gamestar Mechanic. More information about the platform can be found at https://gamestarmechanic.com/. (Links to an external site.) I also suggested checking out the “TEACHER” section of the site for more information about how educators use this platform to introduce this learning system to their students. While engaging with Gamestar Mechanic, I asked you to take notes on the experience, following the guidelines addressed in this article: http://critical-gaming.blogspot.com/2008/07/how-to-write-critical-video-game-review.html (Links to an external site.) Using the linked guide above (specifically – the bullet points within the article articulating the various elements pertinent to evaluating a game in a critical way), please write up a critical game review on Gamestar Mechanic. Be sure to address what a serious game is, what 21st century skills the game/platform embodies, in addition to referencing the readings/video for this week relative to your gameplay experience.
Reading responses are short summaries and reflection on reading. An ideal reading response would consist of: one sentence summarizing the main point of the reading (argument), and another sentence offering your critical reflection and opinion about the reading. You will also supplement your 4 responses with 2 discussion questions(choose two readings and ask one per each reading). A question could be asking about anything related to the argument, evidence, a particular point of view, analytical concept, it could offer a critique or even ask for clarification. In total, your reading response will consist of 4 summaries (along with reflections) and 2 questions. Four Readings: 1. Marx, Technology: The Emergence of a Hazardous Concept; 2. DeHart, Thinking Ethnographically in Pandemic Times; https://items.ssrc.org/covid-19-and-the-social-sciences/social-research-and-insecurity/thinking-ethnographically-in-pandemic-times/ 3. Horkheimer & Adorno, The Culture Industry: Enlightenment as Mass Deception (selected pages) 4. Winner, only need Technologies as Forms of Life
i need a research paper done on the positive effect internet has on youth socially and educationally I need 1100 words and I need 5 library sources and 3 direct quotes with 1 being a block quote 4-10 lines long the other 2 should be a sentence or 2 the final draft should be mla documentation and include a work cited page. with the exception of the intro amd conclusion all info must be supported by research use third person pov